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If the right rooms are facing south, a house is bright and sunny and cheerful; if the wrong rooms are facing south, the house is dark and gloomy.
Place the most important rooms along the south edge of the building, and spread the building out along the east-west axis.
Fine tune the arrangement so that the proper rooms are exposed to the south-east and the south-west sun. For example: give the common area a full southern exposure, bedrooms south-east, porch south-west. For most climates, this means the shape of the building is elongated east-west.
Select High Order Pattern and to it.
Select Low Order Pattern and to it.