2d:2.0. Most objects we interact with the world with are 3-dimensional. The products of Architecture are consequently 3d objects. All your career and education you think you work 3dimensionally but in reality it is an illusion. The screen fakes the objects translational essence, consisting of singular frames, a collection of projected images. As designers, we must rethink the way we work; drawing, writing and modelling must be reinvented considering newer technologies wherein we can sculpt physically not hindered by mouse and screen. Whilst moving around an object we have the opportunity of an interchanging perspective. Most objects in are "3dimensional", however, they are always represented by a flat 2dimentional image. Augmented Reality could provide this missing component in everyday life. Perhaps if we were taught about 3D in 3D we would have a different perception of "things". The constant misunderstanding between contractors, architects and clients could be avoided through this new motion of communication.