"The most obvious way to create a mise-en-scène to support communication is to gather objects in a space, such a room, where they are simultaneously visible, and where not only the objects themselves but also the spatial relationships among them can assume significance. (...) It operates at an architectural scale when centrality asserts the importance of a building or an entrance relative to others, or a corner office suggests the status of its occupant"

Bill Mitchell, chapter 1 of "Placing Words: Symbols, Space, and the City Why do I blog this? reading this excerpt of Mitchell's book, I just thought it fits with this picture I took this week-end.