The nomad creates their architecture as they travel and when they need it. This 'creation' is a
passive process that derives from what the nomad is doing at the time. For example, the nomad does not have the intention of creating an office when checking their work and emails in a coffee shop, but the actions and mannerisms that one would attribute to an office environment take president over the ambiguity of purpose in a coffee shop, therefore creating the personal office of the nomad. This idea can be potentially expanded upon by investigating the phenomenological aspects of these machines that we carry round on a daily basis, how do the machines themselves change the environment? The light, the sound, the heat, these are all architectural parameters that are affected when the nomad is occupied with their devices. Can the atmospheres of architecture be created through the direct result of the use of our own technology? David Greene had a Similar idea in his Invisible University project, where the statement "the contents of the pocket or the handbag become the essential tools for building your own architecture" became an essential question to Greene's observations of the modern digital culture.