- There's the room; not in the room is the man.
I want to replace the semicolon with a comma and make the second sentence a relative clause. Is it okay to change it as:
- There's the room, not in which is the man.
Surely, it's obvious that it would be perfectly grammatical to change it as:
- There's the room, in which the man isn't.
However, I want to kind of put some emphasis on not.
In this case, which sentence would be more acceptable or appropriate?