The Willow Project is an investigation into one of Iceland’s newly gained raw materials, the willow tree. Since the start of forestry from about 70 years ago, this material starts being available in bigger volumes now. During the research process, three main processes of boiling, burning, and distilling were rendered. Inspired by the natural circulation of matter, nothing but water and heat were added to the wood and all byproducts were processed as valuable resources. By deconstructing the tree into microscale and reassembling the found elements, the rendered new materials could stand by themselves. All of them would be able to go back to the forest as nutrition.