Wendell Castle in his studio working on his laminated wood enclosed reclining space. The interior is upholstered in shaggy yarn, with a bucket seat. The structure has a skylight and interior light for reading. The tail is flocked black and has light at the end indicating whether or not the environment is occupied. Image produced in association with the exhibition "Contemplation Environments", on view from January 16 through March 18, 1970 at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts in New York City. The exhibition was developed from artists' submissions for personal meditative spaces. Architect Gamal El Zoghby organized the sixteen selected concepts into an integrated plan covering the gallery areas where viewers were allowed to experience each work.