A double stripes component consists of two stripes. Each stripe consists of two pieces and one joint part. The two stripes are also connected with each other with a joint part. In their initial (zero condition) the stripes are parallel to each other, forming a rectangular shape. In their final condition, the stripes are vertical to each other, forming a cross. In its intermediate conditions the component form an octagonal shape. The combination of the various states of these components creates highly varied structures-systems.
Each double-stripe component has its own logic. The multiple joints allow the components to be connected with each other, forming a continuous surface with seamless transitions between floor, wall and shelter. When the joint freeze, the system is stable. The flexible joints give to the system the possibility of expansion and contraction.