This project was a study of how to make your own shelter with a corporal disability. In this case it was having scissors instead of fingers. I focused in a material that would be easy enough to carve out, in this case glycerine. Studying carefully the movements of the hands for cutting and carving and the consistency of the material the user would dig his shelter inside the glycerine searching for different kinds of light inside a huge block of material. Like this he could have the wanted size of room with the desired amount of light. This anthropological study on body restrictions helped understanding problems at a micro scale while designing architecture.