With the success of Shaping Spaces, Red Bird received another Arts Council Engaging with Architecture Award. The group wanted to explore further the relationship between a space and the people that occupy it. This resulted in a touring project entitled P.O.D (Place of Dreaming). Red Bird worked with architect Dominic Stevens and Visual Artist Ruth Le Gear on P.O.D. The tour focused on parks and public spaces; Renville Park, Coole Park and Silverstrand Beach, Galway, spending a Sunday afternoon in each venue in May 2014. The helmets, four in total, are designed around the audience and in many ways represent Red Bird’s first fully interaction work. The helmets are spaces of day-dreaming and were designed to allow its wearer to lose themselves in their own imagination within those spaces, each one unique. To encourage day-dreaming each helmet has its own unique sensory experience within it, two based on light, one on sound and the other on smell. Each POD is adapted to its environment, which provides an entirely unique experience dependent upon the location of the tour. P.O.D. (Place of Dreaming) architecture project was funded by The Arts Council of Ireland under the Engaging with Architecture Award. Additional support was given by Galway County Council, Galway City Council and the National Parks and Wildlife Service.