Project aims to explore organizational and structural properties of clustered formations. In a gradual process, rubber components are bound to form a structure. Initially they form a number of smaller structures, identifiable by the apparent centrality, density and the proximity of the binding components. Secondarily, these smaller structures merge to form associations and larger entities. Very same principles of attraction and proximity are observed for their structural and organizational effect and have been employed in the manufacturing of the large scale prototype, comprised of the vast number of rubber bands. Study departs from Isozaki’s project ‘Clusters in the Air’ from 1962.