The seating arrangements for the tea gathering are rounded and flexible. They are not compartamentalized nor insist on one correct way of interaction. They do not (and cannot) have to stay within a grid of arrangements and are easy to move around with the help of others. Their feets are pegs that dig into soft grounds such as grass or dirt. Thus, they cannot be used on solid grounds such as concrete or the type of ground that you see below you as you are reading this text on a screen. Depending on how much their feet are held by the earth, they vary in height. Some are stacked on top of each other.