Buildings: Group configuration Menu Prev Next
When a person arrives in a complex of offices or services or workshops, or in a group of related houses, there is a good chance he will experience confusion unless the whole collection is laid out before him, so that he can see the entrance of the place where he is going.
Lay out the entrances to form a family. This means:
1. They form a group, are visible together, and each is visible from all the others.
2. They are all broadly similar, for instance all porches, or all gates in a wall, or all marked by a similar kind of doorway.
Select High Order Pattern and to it.
Select Low Order Pattern and to it.