This paper investigates the importance of unframed spaces as places of 'becoming', utilizing Deleuze and Guattari's (1987) distinction between 'striated' and 'smooth' space. Spaces of 'becoming' often have a labyrinthine quality of dis-orientation — an edge condition where one loses the controlling gaze of spatial order and enters a world of escape, mystery, danger and desire. The contradictory and two-fold nature of such spaces will be explored through two lenses