As the pieces are so direct and based on the empirical truth that they can be made by anyone, and easy to replicate, it does not matter whether it has imperfections or not, since the object never reaches a state of perfection, simply because it is made by hand. This has led us to ask what is a perfect piece of furniture? Who is it perfect for? We are interested in the obviousness of the furniture, where the material is so apparent that it defines the form and the composition of the outcome. Made up of units of individual pieces, which are very simple shapes such as squares and rectangles, these react to one another and produce an ‘entirety’.