Building materials or objects found in domestic spaces are carefully coating their inside structure in favour of comfort, ergonomic or aesthetic reasons. The  complex skeleton of walls, doors or floors are the results of accumulation of layers enveloped in their exterior shell. In the same way, the mechanical and technical parts of objects disappear behind their final aspect.

When I looked into those materials, I understood that cellulose can be found in large variations of forms and applications, in any places and time. Lightweight and strong; paper and cardboard  can be  used as spacer or reinforcement in the internal structure of object or architecture. In doors, walls, mattress or lamps it covers discreetly our universe. The paper ease into the gaps and fills the infra-world of our environment.