While I was playing “Pokemon-GO” (augumented reality game) on Kaunas(hometown city in Lithuania) streets, I found unique Kaunas interwar modernism architecture. It encouraged me to create a jewelry series inspired by these small but very significant discoveries. These objects were made using materials which were used in buildings and those had no added elements or fixing resins. As time passes buildings change their exterior, remove perfect clothes and robe simpler, but more charming once. Falling stucco, time-changed buildings color – all of this looked charming and authentic. Because of this I let concrete look organic, with occurrence of falls, air gaps, and inclination. This let me wonder about notion of temporary. In these objects I did not intend to reflect exact architecture forms, but to convey a hints and fragments. These objects became my own-created architecture interpretation.