The built environment dictates how we behave and think about space. The framing of these spaces acknowledges then ignores these guidelines, reframing utilitarian structures into art and finding a profound sense of place in designated non-places.
Here, I have learned stoicism. Here, I have learned not to rest upon my laurels. Here, I have learned not to assume I am inclined to always do the right thing. Here, I have learned that there's something I deem essential about myself that I would rather protect in solitude than sacrifice to belong. Here, I have learned to lose myself in details.