The design manifested into an exhibition and meeting room pavilion that explores complex geometries generated by simple cut patterning in sheets. While the construction not only examines issues of material, geometry, and computation; the success of the design was contingent on questions of fabrication, minimal waste, and deployability. In rethinking contemporary modes of construction, this proposal aims to achieve zero material waste. The fabrication process is down to less than 2 percent waste. The system logic and geometric design is embedded in the material directly, rendering no need for excessive explanation to a contractor. With minimal or zero energy loss, digital fabrication files can be sent to CNC facilities all over the globe in seconds, with minimal time or energy loss in transportation. Panels can then be formed and assembled onsite without disposable formwork waste.