Where the first iteration of Pneumatic Masonry explores surface and the second explores line, the third explores volume with a lightweight spherical module. Each sphere is encapsulated by a tri-band harness studded with plastic clips. The position of these clips form a tetrahedral lattice which affords a variety of configurations. Linear arrangements can span distances while geodesic arrangements can form parabolic surfaces. When interconnected as a hexagonally tessellated sheet like the molecular structure of graphene, this geometrically ideal assembly can be rolled, twisted or deformed.