Nook can be sat-inside, sat ‘at’ by pulling up an addi­tion­al chair or stool, or stood at and leaned on from the rear. Such flex­ib­il­ity invites a vari­ety of uses and cre­ates an enthu­si­asm to explore and a sat­is­fac­tion to par­ti­cip­ate in. A nook integ­rates and works with the space around it. Find them in cor­ridors as a way to make that oth­er­wise lost space func­tion­al. Place them facing a wall to cre­ate secluded envir­on­ments for phone calls, con­tem­pla­tion or focused work. Pla­cing a nook at the end of a row of desks offers a nat­ur­al loc­a­tion when two people wish to sit and share, meet, dis­cuss and con­nect. Open­ing the shut­ters from this set-up enables short-term com­mu­nic­a­tion to those around and invites pass­ers-by to ‘drop-in’ and get involved.