All matter is made of light and this matter casts shadow and together the rhythm of light and shadow defines a space.
He juxtaposes both materials and geometry, using not only conventional materials like concrete, but also using timber in unexpected ways
There is a relationship between servant and served spaces, whereby servant spaces like stairways and corridors facilitate the function of the served living spaces.
He establishes a hierarchy of spatial organisation in that primary spaces are often centralised, whereas secondary spaces are placed on the fringes.
"Landscape is the primary architectural mediator, the ground and building are in separable."
The use of columns to define a space. (Physical columns and columns of light)
Flexible rather than rigid approach to the structure “The space… gradually evolves; it modifies and acts as a catalyst."