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  1. I have never done ceramics seriously but for my architecture course I am designing a pottery workshop. I've read up about bisque firing schedules, and there's mention of monitoring the kiln at regular intervals. If the low-heat warm up is happening overnight as I've seen recommended, does that mean you essentially sleep by the kiln as it were? Or would you be able to go home and sleep in your bed safe in the knowledge that things are as they should be? If it's any help, I will probably design around using an electric kiln. Basically I want to know if I would have to include a bed in my workshop design! Space is limited as it is, so I would really need to justify it.
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