- With six bi-polar options the function of a building or space is determined.
- The function or what the desired activity should be is transformed into a matching palette and its parameters.
- Find more info regarding the parameters by clicking on them.
- The offered palette is rather a direction indicator, open for interpretation and adaptation, depending on the socio-cultural needs and the practical situation at hand.
- At the bottom of each palette page there are 6 linked palettes. They differ from the main palette on the page with just one parameter. Explore these to achieve the most suitable result.
- Go to the codically opposing palette by clicking the main palette.
- Get a random palette by clicking the code.
- Search a palette by selecting the palette number.
- Go to one of the 8 main palettes by clicking one of the 8 colour codes in the semantic space.
Q1: What’s the focus of the activity?
Focus to the inner world ( researching, deep thinking, sleeping, melancholy, …)
Focus to the outer world (physical work, handy work, memorizing, sports, eating, relaxing, …)
Q2: What’s the degree of the competition?
Competitive (contest, exam, work with time limit or deadline, game, …)
Non-competitive (teamwork, relax, rest, meditate, eat, …)
Q3: What is the degree of transcendentity?
practical (actual doing, empirical, applied, down to earth, practical work, …)
ideas (theory, dreamy, fanciful, visionary, religion, meditation, music, art, …)
Q4: How is the activity carried out?
individual (each in itself, isolation room, …)
together (activity in group, meeting, living room, bar, …)
Q5: What is the kind of activity?
explorative (think tank, studio, experimental laboratory, exploring new paths … )
executive (production, data input, beaten track … )
Q6: What is the amount of ratio?
rational (logic, coherent, restrained, maths, computer, engineering, empirical …)
emotional (non-rational, art, religion, food, fashion, …)