Final Foam Home is an experimental house created by harnessing the power of erosion in order to shape architectural space, referencing patterns found in nature to create a more primal architectural experience. The process of construction started with the collection, repurposing, and arrangement of EPS foam blocks into an eight-foot by eight-foot cube. Next, the foam was eroded using high-pressure water and air sprayers to create a small cave. This cave was then adapted to accommodate various programs and uses. Once the structure was completed, all excess foam was either reused in other art projects or industrially recycled into various products including picture frames and crown molding.