This study of a furniture showroom demonstrates the expression of the relationships of two basic forms of art: furniture and architecture. The geometric form of the work of architecture stands in both harmony and tension with and against its furnishings. Harmony is present through the union of solid forms and the hollows of the rooms and its parts. Through the union of cylindrical, conical, helical and cubic forms, static and dynamic relations activate moments of rest the fluid movement. The furniture stands against this harmonic background and expresses tension through its own form and arrangement.