Another experiment done in a group work was the creation of a surface which has for a goal to be a whole “organism” and the focus to be shifted from the part to the whole. The installation was inspired by nature and motion in nature – the opening of a flower. My team tried to create a pattern in the behaviour of the separate elements of the surface and as a result it aimed to become an entity and sought a connection with the environment – in that case the human presence. The separate elements were deployable structures and by spreading their elements they were creating a three-dimensional surface which was lifted in the air by supporting components. A tessellated geometry was used to form the arrangements of the elements. Unfortunately the consequent movement was not so organic and more mechanical and the aimed elegance was not achieved.