The discarded rambutan peel is transformed into material to create objects for the home. The bowls honour the Soconusco earth and growers by using the whole crop. The rambutan migrated from South-east Asia in the 1950s and took up residency among Soconusco’s soils. What was once foreign has become part of the local identity. Migrating Objects supports the complex relationships between rambutan trees and surrounding species by playing a vital role in the ecosystem. The design could be relevant in other warm climates where the diasporic rambutan has too found a home.