It did not take long after the first hand drawn drafts that we realized we needed a 3D model to define gradients, lengths, and, most of all, OHLINDA’s sophisticated framework. While working on the computerized 3D model, various proportions and relations had been simultaneously tested on a rough wooden construction at our shop. Thus, it was always possible to check and question our 3D computer model and make necessary amendments if needed. Regarding the legs, however, this workflow was impossible. Here we needed to measure to the sixteenth inch, work extremely meticulously, and pay special attention to the CAD drawings before building the metal frame, followed by complex galvanization.