The Performative Curtaining Projectis a multidisciplinary investigation that intends to correct architecture and create better urban interiors. Historically curtains are understood to block and filter light, provide privacy, and mend construction by blocking gaps hence minimizing drafts. The development of the modernist plate glass window caused curtaining to be utilized to further “right” architecture. Picture windows in American tract homes were situated for façade symmetry, but generated interiors that were imbalanced and difficult to inhabit, wall to wall curtaining was utilized to correct these issues. The advent of the urban glass tower with floor to ceiling glazing further exacerbated this problem. The task of Performative Curtainingaddresses and rectifies such urban interior issues caused by large expanses of glass as well as obstructions caused by HVAC elements typically found in pre-war apartment buildings. Additionally, analysing curtaining’s historically performative role questions issues of home goods consumption.