We mostly interact with the things surrounding us by moving with or through them. Through this physical interaction, we slowly build a movement vocabulary that in turn informs our bodies in certain ways. Over time, the way we move with the objects becomes concretised, relationally our bodies too. My object-based designing practice problematises these concretised set of relationships and explores the dynamic potentials of the materials, forms and bodies in their ongoing entangled relationships. I demonstrate the importance of considering the bodies always in relation to the live assemblages of other materials and objects. In other words, my research focuses on how the ongoing formation of temporary solidarities between the bodies and the objects are calling forth bodies yet-to emerge. In doing so, I design a series of objectiles that are designed to interrupt, disturb or break the established habits of moving.