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belonging somewhere is mainly thought of as being comfortable in some place, as being grounded and at home there. in more traditional/corporate offices, desks are often adorned with family pictures or paraphernalia, a patina of domestic conviviality that is tolerated in an otherwise dry and sterile environment, mainly because happy workers are better workers. inversely, those who work at home often find their rooms increasingly taken over by office equipment, rows of binders, and so forth. what both office and domestic spaces, and everything in between, often share is plants – perhaps because they provide a certain sense of rootedness.