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The architectural realm is categorized below into residentialcommercialcivic and institutional; industrialagricultural, and transportation; and extraordinary buildings. These are not hard divisions and may conceivably overlap considerably. For more detail refer to the specific PDF accompanying each page.

Residential

The basics of the code’s quintessential architectural geometry pertaining to residential architects and builders is found on the Cube-based Abode page. Vital additions to this style are found at the end of Rolling Transport, the beginning of Polytechnic Integration, and all of Ground Design. Additionally, the beginning of Wheel Extrapolations offers Wheel-based Shelter alternatives – mostly for the polar-rotational grid (N, S, E, W), but also for the diamond grid.

Commercial

The beginning of Wheel Extrapolations also offers a low hipped-roof structure that is also wheel-based, but intended for the diamond grid (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 first half of Extra-topographic Guidelines offers more exotic styles for city venues.

Civic and Institutional

Arenas, concert halls, auditoriums, etc. would best employ the geometry offered in mid parts of Extra-topographic Guidelines. For the design of schools, hospitals, etc., the diamond grid specific wheel-based shelter configuration at the beginning of Wheel Extrapolations is probably most suitable.

Industrial, Agricultural, and Transportation

The wheel-based diamond grid structure geometry at the beginning of Wheel Extrapolations is also best applied to industrial, agricultural, and transportation buildings. Think wheels of progress. For the last two, the architectures posed by Extra-topographic Guidelines supply the geometry for such structures as grain silos or flight control towers.

Extraordinary Buildings

Buildings like churches and restaurants may well employ any of the above architectural modes of Wheel Extrapolations or Extra-topographic Guidelines. I might be wrong but can’t see Cube-based Abode geometry working well for these functions.