KINSHIP is a spatial condition of emotion

The spatial condition of kinship in an early childhood environment is propagated by offering spaces conducive for children to connect with each other and with their space. This means that the environment provides affordances built for smaller groups to encourage sharing, cooperation, and collaboration. Humans are social beings — and children are no exception. Given the space and place to play or work together, children naturally gravitate towards each other.

Some strategies for spaces designed exclusively for two include - bench seats, a large ottoman, and a table for two.