This thesis is part analog, part digital, and part material research. Although the efforts of contemporary architecture and technology have attempted to be much softer, this softness has only been applied visually or to shells/membranes in form. This thesis is about literal softness. It is intentionally open-ended, as a set of explorations into the size, shape and color of softness. It begins with soft “built-ins” and then moves through scale changes to the tile and the pattern. Using polyurethane foam, that can be cast in shape with color, or with color applied, this thesis seeks the irregular structures of soft materials in order to form aggregated wholes – walls, surfaces and interiors that will delight the eye and the touch. Exploring the various shapes that the cast foam offers new tectonics of softness.