Nest (1:2:3:4) is a chair (or a series of chairs) designed by Kirsten White and built by Jeremy Cox and Lucas Brancalion from Brothers and Sons, for the Capacity Show held at Bookhou in Toronto, earlier this year during Design Week.

Made of birch wood and then covered with industrial felt, the hollow chair form explores scale and volume through nesting. Each contained chair is a proportional representation of one another, to the ratio as stated in its name. Each chair is also usable even the small one, perfect for children. Subtly it hints at themes related to birth, motherhood and the circle of life.