So it shows a person moving into a building (through time) from top to bottom on the left, and at the same time a person moving through conceptual space from left to right, moving from a time-based building-as-process idea to a timeless building-as-object idea. It may seem odd to take your nice diagram and try to translate it back into words, but worth it for me, to help explain why I think it is fairly brilliant.

So it shows a person moving into a building (through time) from top to bottom on the left, and at the same time a person moving through conceptual space from left to right, moving from a time-based building-as-process idea to a timeless building-as-object idea.

It may seem odd to take your nice diagram and try to translate it back into words, but worth it for me, to help explain why I think it is fairly brilliant.

 

Don Parker not strange at all! thank you in fact; you did what i couldn’t do : put it into words in a logical cohesive fashion.

that’s something i can do for other people but i simply can’t do for myself.

 

rephrasing / moving between modes is probably the best way i know to learn or teach anything

 

when i made this i did it as quickly as possible as it was one of those “woah” moments where 5=3=2=1

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