A concept does not spring right out of an immediate assumption; it needed to be mediated through. This process began with exploring materiality in relation to socio economic forces that guide its abundance, scarcity and wastage, leading us to understand the inherent paradoxes and perceptions that exist around marble.
During various procedures in processing marble, a large percentage is wasted and unfit for use in traditional ways. Inspired by the undiluted beauty of marble as a material and its sometimes wasteful abundance, we delved into refining wasted forms of stone to make assemblage studies. Contrasting geometries here explore tension between landscape and industry highlighting the quiet mechanism of joinery based on weight and gravity.