Focused on mainly two aspects: material choices and shapes of table. Tried various materials such as shower curtains, face leather, polymer es, latex, fabric, and numerous papers. (Clear-print, Bristol, Acetate, Glassine inter, Yupo and drawing papers.) Through explorations that illustrate how papers correspond with different textures, forms, thickness and sizes. Most of papers transformed on small scales. However, when small objects were scaled up and thicker the papers are, they start to tear out in a process of transforming. Papers containing more fibers are more likely to tear out- bristols, drawing papers, and most of uncoated papers. This results using coating paper which will prevent from tearing out. Therefore, papers were narrowed down to coated papers- Mylar, Acetate, Clear-print, Yupo etc-,and my analysis was correct. They did not have tearing problems, but thickness of paper which directly related to a structure of form, became an issue.