Spatial Organization in Architecture
The spatial organization primarily indicates the pattern of arrangement of various biotic and abiotic elements arranged in a non-randomly orientation in any space around any dimension.
The spatial organization represents the interaction between form and space.
spaces linked by a common space
space within a space
Space within a Space is a like a large canvas having a lot of smaller spaces, where the larger space acts to create a visual boundary
Hence the smaller space depends on the larger one, which eventually defines the environment along with the relationship.
Interlocking space indicates the relationship between two such spaces having their volumes overlapping giving an identity to space.
And the common space is hence the area of mutual sharing.
Adjacent spaces allow each of the individually independent spaces to clearly define them and still serve their individual needs
The properties of the plane that simultaneously divides and connects the two spaces determine the continuity between them.
Spaces linked by a common space, which is that two separate spaces can be joined by a third intermediate space
The attributes of the two spaces are defined by there relationship with the third space.