Monica Correia has merged the natural and modern in her bench design. For the “Rickrack” bench, a piece of rickrack inspired the design of a layer developed with computer aided design (CAD) to be cut and mass produced using computer numerical control (CNC) technology. Layers of plywood with a rickrack design are joined together with metal tubing in different ways creating space for seating for one of more persons. When joined together, the layers of plywood create the notion of movement, making visual reference to fabric and the way rickrack is packed for selling. The user decides the quantity of layers, their assemblage and number of benches arranged together. The holes along the edge provide options for attachment. This modern bench for seating has measurement 36″ x 40″ x 16″. With bamboo plywood, the bench quietly engaging between natural material and modern technique.