nesting in the studio

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nesting (ˈnɛstɪŋ)
n
1. (Psychology) the tendency to arrange one’s immediate surroundings, such as a work station, to create a place where one feels secure, comfortable, or in control

From time-to-time I come across some pretty good nestings in the studio, I myself would sometimes have a couple tables to myself to spread out, have my food, drinks and whatever else I needed. Last week I stumbled across this nest and thought I’d share it with you. If you have any photos of nesting at your school, whether it’s yours or someone else, email me at anthony@thatarchitecturestudent.com and I’ll feature them.

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