The project was commissioned by the Interior Design Show in Toronto, Canada for its series Collaborations, which pairs a material supplier and an architect, and the challenge is to create an installation using only that material. We were paired with PaperStone – a strong material made from paper and eco-resins. Our first priority was to create an installation that could be assembled in several hours, and would be easily packageable for sending to other trade shows. We used the Chinese tangram puzzle as our model – ensuring that the sheets would essentially stay sheet-like, and any pieces cut out would fit back into the flat sheet for packing. The installation is a series of CNC cut screens that are connected by PaperStone connectors and additionally CNC surface engraved. Shelves were keyed in with slots and wedges made from PaperStone. As there were no other materials, connectors or glue, the entire project was cut and engraved by CNC over 4 days, and assembled at the show in 4 hours.