Architects and Builders Engineers Contourers Math and Physics Code by Field
Architectural realms are categorized below by residential; commercial; civic and institutional; industrial, agricultural, and transportation buildings. These types may overlap considerably especially in extraordinary buildings not fitting this scheme. These and urban planning are addressed at the end. Landscape Architects go to the Contourers page. The relevant sections of pages linked to below merely introduce the relevant design guidance. For detail refer to the specific PDF accompanying each page.
The basics of the code’s quintessential architectural geometry pertaining to residential architects and builders are found on the Architectural Reconstitution, CBA Roundedness, and Solar Attributes sections of the Cube-based Abode page.
Vital additions to this style are found at the Wheel Ports section of Rolling Transport, the Full Wheel/Abode Fusion section of Polytechnic Integration, and all sections of Ground Design (see Landscape Architecture).
Additionally, the Wheel-based Shelter section of Wheel Extrapolations offers alternatives according to grid orientation.
The Wheel-based Shelter section of Wheel Extrapolations also introduces a low hipped-roof structure intended for the diamond grid orientation (ne-sw, nw-se). Its geometry is best suited for retail, while the previously mentioned residential alternative would perhaps be more appropriate for professional use. The Code-consistent Structures and Code Towers sections of Extra-topographic Guidelines offers more exotic styles for city venues.
Civic and Institutional
Arenas, concert halls, auditoriums, etc. would best use the Code-consistent Structures and Code Towers sections of Extra-topographic Guidelines. For schools, hospitals, etc., the diamond grid specific Wheel-based Shelter section of Wheel Extrapolations is most apt.
Industrial, Agricultural, and Transportation
The Wheel-based Shelter diamond grid structure geometry of Wheel Extrapolations is also most applicable to industrial, agricultural, and transportation buildings. Think wheels of progress. For the latter two, the geometry posed by the Code Towers section of Extra-topographic Guidelines supply guidance for structures such as grain silos or flight control towers.
Buildings such as churches may advantageously utilize any of the building type guidances referred to above in the Wheel Extrapolations or Extra-topographic Guidelines sections. I personally don’t see the Cube-based Abode geometry working well for these functions.
Urban Planning and Developers
If adopting the code in their efforts, Urban Planners should be familiar with all sections specified above. They and large scale developers should have a simple grasp of the Dueling Grids section of Ground Design, as well as with the Path section of Wheel Extrapolations and the Foundation Pads section of Extra-topographic Guidelines. Additionally, developers are referenced to the Contourers page for shaping their projects.