Scribble is a freestanding light-fixture, a byproduct of the Coachella project Tower of Twelve Stories (2016). Geometrically, the tangent point on a curve that touches ground does not behave well in compression, this was a structural riddle during the Coachella season. Taking this structural property one step ahead, Scribble is a continuous curve that touches down only at four tangent points to support its own weight. Like an unreadable language, the neon-gibberish is a cartoonish script written in the same materiality as commercial signage that helps architecture communicate. Scribble also re-reads a possible dialogue between the column systems of Greg Lynn's SLavin House (2005) and the Minnaert Building (1994-1997) by Neutelings Riedijk Architects. If the pilotis at the SLavin House are scrambled into a continuous strand of linguistic noodles, the status of the communicative qualities of columns have traveled from caryatids to scribbles.