What is it about oblong grey rooms? No part of the human body is that shape or colour, unless those features belong to some one that I haven't met yet.
Who invented boxes for people? What science decided that this was the way for humans to function?
Where you have corners, you have places to hide or cower in fear.
You have hierarchies based on proximity to the 'front' or 'back' of the room, or closeness to the door or windows (if you have them).
Is it a way of creating grey thought, with no colourful dissent or ultra-violet... 'thinking outside the box'?
I don't only want to think outside the box, I want to BE outside it.