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Pattern: Organization of structure to provide occupiable sites

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Part of a 5-fold Pattern Language.
Subsequently published in Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential (1986)

Pattern template

Physical Alcoves at the edge of any common room.

Broader Flexible domain organization; Limiting length of communication pathways; Small-scale perspective interaction contexts; Sequence of viewpoint loci within a structure; Hospitable domain for perspective nourishment; Unstructured context for perspective exchange; Provision for temporary perspective inactivity; Common domain at the focal point of a structure; Relatively isolated context for each perspective; Hospitable reception of external perspectives by structures.

Narrower Inter-level zone; Domains of insight; Structure-enfolded occupiable sites; Partially enclosed internal domains; Partially exposed perspective context; Variation in size of perspective contexts; Substantive distinctions separating domains; Occupiable sites exposed to external insight; Overview sites from integrative superstructure; Appropriate proportions of perspective contexts; Boundary expansion permitting new level generation; Appropriate configuration for perspective inactivity; Appropriate superstructure to contain transitions between levels.

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