A pattern language has the structure of a network. This is explained fully in The Timeless Way of Building. However, when we use the network of a language, we always use it as a sequence, going through the patterns, moving always from the larger patterns to the smaller, always from the ones which create structures, to the ones which then embellish those structures, and then to those which embellish the embellishments.
📕Christopher Alexander | A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, Construction (Center for Environmental Structure Series)Josh Beckman
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