How can information from two-dimensional images be translated into three-dimensonality? Lack of information becomes a departure point. Through using digital tools and mirroring as a technique, partial reflections of an image create fragments. The lines from one of these fragments are mirrored and inform a process och generated geometries. The logics of the digital tool influence the output. The result is three spatial objetcts investigated in a series of models. The objects, or elements, divide space and connect space at the same time, creating both an exterior and an interior. Projections of lines create structure and openings. There is visibility through the elements, yet added mirrors extend and complicate the experience.