Level and Architecture

Certain Architectural environments are designed to force planned Level Dynamics as a way to influence an interaction.

Understanding Line Focus

Focus and Attention can be given, requested, drawn, and denied by the way the torso of the body is physically oriented in space. Line Focus is a concept word that allows us to articulate the flow of that attention.

Understanding Level

Level is a concept word we can use to describe the elevelation of our Line of Sight in space. Level Dynamics can be influenced by both physical choices and by aspects of an architectural environment.

Understanding Horizontal

Horizontal is a concept word that we can use to describe lateral movement and positioning. This idea can be understood from both the personal and the external perspective.

Understanding Plane

Plane is a concept word that allows us to describe physical positioning forward or backward on a line. This can be travel-focused, moving from one location in space to another, or more localised, inclining or declining the torso in relation to the object of interest.

Understanding Frame and Stance

Frame is a concept word that refers to the physical structure of the body, and Stance is a concept word that describes the width of the Base used to support the Frame. Narrow, Basic, and Wide Stances can be used as a way to soften or amplify physical presence.

Navigating Space

We can use the concepts of Level, Horizontal, and Plane to describe the way the body travels through and occupies space.

Understanding Micro Plane

Micro Plane is a concept word to describe inclinations of joint oriented parts of the body such as the crown of the head, arms, and hands. These inclinations can modify the information provided by the Plane in space occupied by the Base of the body.

Level and Physicality

Level inequities caused by differences in physical size can be countered by other ways of occupying space.