Design driven research is a significant part of the project. Posthumanist research is usually done from theoretical perspectives, therefore there is a need to address posthumanist approaches from applied and practice related fields. In this study, posthumanism is addressed through design and craft relationships, which are fields closer to practice-based or practice-led research. Consequently, this study proposes that design and craft relationship can be studied from posthumanist perspectives, and this would be significant in defining a research domain that is primarily looked at from theory. Furthermore, the project proposes that practice-based and design-driven research facilitates in theorising a process of making-within the environment. More-than-human and design relationship has been researched more from theoretical perspectives. It is believed that making-with approach demonstrates how design-driven research relates to traditional knowledge. Furthermore, it incorporates traditional knowledge within more-than-human worlds.