Buildings: Give depth to the walls
In every house and every workplace there is a daily "traffic" of the objects which are handled most. Unless such things are immediately at hand, the flow of life is awkward, full of mistakes; things are forgotten, misplaced.
Build waist-high shelves around at least a part of the main rooms where people live and work. Make them long, 9 to 15 inches deep, with shelves or cupboard underneath. Interrupt the shelf for seats, windows, and doors.
Select High Order Pattern and
197 THICK WALLS **
200 OPEN SHELVES *
Select Low Order Pattern and
211 THICKENING THE OUTER WALLS *
253 THINGS FROM YOUR LIFE *