In this paper series, the phenomenological context was combined to create a simple structure using paper's light and soft properties and the massive and solid properties of steel. The structures that paper and steel bars make are operated by gravity. Iron is much affected by gravity due to its high density. Paper is relatively less affected due to its low density, but it does not hold its shape because of its soft material properties. This processing creates tension between spaces, such as the stream or density of air. As a result, different densities of energy exist in two areas and provide a sensory experience.