The process began with the pursuit to develop a module with openings that varied in size from module to module, creating variation culminating in a gradient pattern. These apertures are dome/cone-shaped, allowing a multi-directional rigidity. The modules themselves are triangular, allowing the creation of a grid that allows infinite expansion and axes through which the collective form is angled.
The modules are divided into four different variations [SM, MED, LRG2, LRG1] created using the generative modeling tool, Grasshopper, to orchestrate the forms and dimensions of the apertures. The height of the modules is defined the maximum cut depth of the CNC mill, being limited to a maximum four inches.