The Babel and Doghe collections presented the challenge of reinventing methods of joining and assembling the different parts that make up the object in a way that would give it structure and strength. Babel is a tower of three jewel boxes made of wood and lid metal with a mirror that grows vertically and horizontally, starting out from the principle of construction of the batten. Its modular and flexible elements create symmetrical or asymmetrical compositions in which every detail counts. Doghe is a pair of bread baskets that are inspired by the traditional principle of construction with wooden planks. The work is based on sequence and alternation of the same element, creating a pattern of light and shade with different kinds of wood.