Most of the three-dimensional sculptures are crafted with threads intricately woven on a water-soluble membrane, producing pieces reminiscent of the delicacy of Brussels lace. The creation process is meticulous, yielding extraordinary results: transparent and fragile sculptures with depth and layers that push the boundaries of the medium.

Their art resonates with the philosophy of wabi-sabi and kintsukuroi. This interpretation of Japanese concepts is evident in the imperfections of the materials they use, sourced from nature or second-hand origins. These materials hold significant importance as they carry their own narratives and essences, underscoring the profound connection between the artists and nature.