The most challenging portion of the project was developing the base for the menus, finding the perfect balance between design and technology. We tested several materials to be cut: some of the materials had no resistance to laser cuts, whereas others, though they could be laser cut, were not as long-lasting. The decision to router-cut the material also resulted in additional difficulties – especially with respect to the production process, for polypropylene is not easily glued. Finding the adhesive that also had good adherence to the material took a full week’s time. Once handled, most adhesives eventually left marks on the menu, which thus would prevent the material from always looking new. Finding the appropriate materials for the project took three times longer than developing the creative project. The concept of adding a sensorial and three D touch to the material resulted in the development of a label in resin with the restaurant’s logo, to be applied on the menu.