This piece was done recently for one of my classes called Space and Materiality. We explored how geometric shapes can be made with a compass. We also learned that in order for all the hedrons to nest perfectly you have to measure them based off each other. The smallest hedron in this is called an octahedron which is colored yellow representing air and is in the innermost part of the nest. Next is the tetrahedron which looks like a pyramid and is colored red representing fire. Following that is the hexahedron which is green representing earth, and it looks like a cube. On top of that is the icosahedron which is blue representing water. Lastly on the outside is the dodecahedron which is purple representing the cosmos.