Exploring how a 2D singular plane can be manipulated into a 3D form was something I wanted to investigate. This was to find the minimal amount of material needed to make a structure, in order to reduce wastage. Influenced by intricate cocoons found throughout nature, I used wire mesh as a means of creating minimal simplistic forms. I found from this exploration, the shadows created from these forms add value to the object created, with the lines of physical material and silhouette overlapping, changing the perception of what the actual object looks like