Nesting explores themes of childhood, domesticity, costume and comfort. Users were invited to interact with the space by experiencing all materials through touch, sight and smell. Three paper-mache hats were designed to be worn by viewers whilst interacting with the space. The installation aimed to replicate the feelings of undisturbed freedom and relaxation we experience as children, as well as exploring the relationship between mother and child. The colours and textiles used are reminiscent of the early 2000s with specific patterns and shapes taken from early memories of domestic environments .