The studiolo is a somewhat smaller private room in a palace, in which the owner can withdraw to devote himself to personal cultural interests. In 'The Palace of Typographic Masonry' this is the place where the (architectonic) plans are located. The phrase 'paper architecture' has often been used pejoratively to refer to architects making utopian, dystopian or fantasy projects that were never meant to be built, bypassing restrictions and dissenting. Just like a navigator-ant that begins to pull the group, that does not always see where it is going, into the right direction, steering needs to take place by individuals looking for the alternative. In the Studiolo of Plans these alternatives get the space they deserve.