table, cardboard, drywall
In my studio I built a drywall next to a worktable. The surface area of this wall is exactly one third of the floor area of the entire studio. Taking this wall as a new floor, I built a copy of the table to a one third scale of the original and built another wall to place ninety degrees above the wall-floor. I repeated the whole operation by rotating the whole set another ninety degrees and again each time at a scale of one-third of the previous one. The operation was repeated until the scale was so small that the means of the new iteration could no longer be reproduced by the available materials.