Distinct dwellings feel right for both body and building. There is a connection between our choice of dwelling in a landscape and where it feels natural to place a house. On a found stone, the students had to place a model of a small house in scale 1:50 with a simple function – a bird tower, a small space that frames the special character of the landscape, a special view and so on. Based on a text by Sven Ingvar Anderson, the students had to consider and test out locations on their stones – where their building best placed at the edge of, in the middle, in the middle of, cut into, on top of, up on, at the foot of, in a niche and so on. The models were finally exhibited in the school photo studio.