There is not one crystal space. It is the articulation and interrelation of multiple ones. What looks like a collision or mixture of crystals is, in fact, a reconfiguration of space. Any local change relates to the overall and by that the whole information gets rewritten. It is not the “impact” that allows the modification of crystal structure. It is the non-prevailing environment that leads to quasicrystal contingency.
It is the combination of various crystals, where their coexistence and juxtaposition are the articulation. The ridge of differentiation and distinctness seems to be dissolved, but by that, it creates space to deal with this ambiguity. It is, in fact, the non-locality that describes the nature of quasicrystals, which is coupled with a contingent appearance. Quasicrystal structures are neither stochastic nor deterministic. It is never about defining and thereby freezing a particular quasicrystal state. The implication is to appreciate it as a spectrum of multiple configurations. Through the instantiation, the constant flux of shifts become graspable and can serve as an artifact of communication. It all depends on the higher dimensional window you look at. The specific frame has a direct influence on the adjacent structure, but not directly with only one solution.
Consensus merges multiple crystal spaces, and it is not a wall that separates them. The outer appearance of these crystal foundlings gives various impressions of architectural structures. Its regular partitions resemble buildings made from prefabricated slabs. These single cells partially open up to long corridors and even continue to floor connecting inclinations. Connections of individual areas characterize the outer shape and give an insight into the complex branching of the structural organization. Regularity is interrupted with other crystal configurations, and the whole begins to formulate a sequence of spatial expressions. Distinct models face each other and solidify to a crystal space incorporating correlative symmetries. All the different crystal formations embody the past time in the process of crystallization.
semi transparent crystal space
translucent model of multiple 3D spatial structures
composition of different crystal formations
scales of spatial channels
complex of spatiality
transition and in between of multiple 3D grid systems