Against this, societies who do not build substantial structures tend to group their activities around some central focus - a water hole, a shade tree, a fire, a great teacher - and inhabit a space whose external boundaries are vague, adjustable according to functional need, and rarely regular.

Banham, Reyner: The Architecture of the Well-tempered Environment (1969)

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