Most of the three-dimensional sculptures are made with threads intertwined on a water-soluble membrane, creating pieces that evoke the delicacy of Brussels lace. The creation process is meticulous and the result is extraordinary: transparent and fragile sculptures with depth and layers that challenge the limits of the medium.

The affinity with the philosophy of wabi-sabi and kintsukuroi permeates their art. The interpretation of these Japanese concepts is reflected in the imperfection of the materials they use, gathered from nature or second-hand sources. These materials are of crucial importance because they carry their own stories and souls, highlighting the strong bond between the artists and nature.