Softness implies deficiency in hardness, or smoothness to the touch. But softness is also an allegorical space for resistance that feminist spatial practices have traditionally inhabited. Soft Rooms is a site-specific installation in the former operation room of an abandoned hospital in Wroclaw. Contrasting the hermetic, functional character of the space, Soft Rooms brings images, words, materials and shapes that are malleable and liquid. Water acts as the ‘agent’ that softens the architecture. Even if instability and softness are traditionally "enemies" of architecture, I also see them as potential spaces for critical thinking and redefining our relation to space.