Each time I enter a new inclosed space, I find myself, consciously or not, looking for exits and outside views. Each windows must be accessible, big enough, with an unobstructed view. My brain map the space from where I enter it, so I know how to get away. I construct a mental image of this unknown space and quickly get a sense of confort. This confort is the one of an animal with basic survival instinct. Most of the time this process happen without me noticing it, it’s my reptilian brain doing its thing.