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The static nature of a building is often reinforced by its architecture - by straight lines and formal proportions. But architecture can also exploit the visual dynamism of forms that evoke movement. Visual movement in buildings is shaped by geometry, and can be expressed through a sequence of interrelated planes defining spaces, or by following the line of a curve. Order comes from geometry but we can be liberated from rigidity by looking at forms in nature.