Acrylic, as the most commonly used physical font, has advantages in rich colors, easy processing, various specifications and easy combining. However, materialized words are also continuously metabolized like news, languages, videos.
Every day, there are shops in a mall or on the street that are demolished and updated; pavilions in an exhibition hall that are built and demolished; panels that are made, used, demolished then discarded by different organizations; and also defective products of words that are recycled and discarded by manufactories.
A single acrylic word has only a tiny supportive force. But through interlacing and pasting of multiple words, solid sheets can be formed. These sheets can then be designed, cut, combined and finally formed into available furniture that are re-supplied to the city.
The sheets of words can be formed into furniture of various functions, from chairs, tables, cabinets to chandeliers, floor lamps, coffee tables…These furniture, with the combined power of words, bring practical functions and interesting information to urban interior space.