My inspiration comes from our everyday surroundings and everyday objects, which tend to be overlooked and forgotten in a hectic urban life. In this work, I was inspired by pigeon feathers, which have the lightness, fluidity, flexibility and delicacy like paper, but always undervalued. In addition, I have a strong fascination of repetitive patterns, digitally controlled orders and preciseness, which enables me to recreate organic forms, such as the Fibonacci sequence. It was indispensable for me to apply intricate technical processes for my creation. I combine traditional Japanese craft technique for long-lasting paper, paper folding and digital technology, lasercutting to morph into organic and abstracted shapes from a flat sheet to a 3D structure.