fig 796A, drawing, The basic operation in the design is playing the circle and parts of the circle off against the equality, the peace and quiet, and the infinite expandability and divisibility of the square and the grid. Because every square is otherwise perfectly divisible and fits in without a different figure ever being created. A square certainly does centre but at thesame time the four sides decentre and orient, the sides are just as strong as the cenre. A circle on the other hand radiates but centres to a much greater degree, detaches itself, and never shares its borderline with a second circle. It is enough to draw a circle in or around a square, or to construct a circle from an angle of a square, to obtain a dynamic heterogenous division of the plane with centred and non centred, single and complex planes, regular primary figures and secondary spaces, insides and outsides, direction.