The M-Yantra project is part of the experimental research on the MatriceMater, a basic code that repeats itself endlessly as if it were a constant multiplier of Time in Space. The MatriceMater derives from the intuitive study of fractal geometry; a personal synthesis by Pamela Ferri, artist and designer, which materialises in an open five-pointed rhomboidal star with spiral movement. From the first code, the constant multiplication and aggregation of the rhombuses (from the smallest to the largest) results in different spatial forms as in this case with M-Yantra which specifically takes the form of a low table. Four types of rhombuses arranged on the surface in a certain sequence were borrowed from the MatrixMater. Being hinged to each other, they allow the surface to bend until it curves in on itself. Their production is designed purely in metal (any substrate is suitable) made in series and can be cut with a WaterJet CNC system (or fibre laser) or can be welded and assembled.