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Language is a particular kind of formal structure. It allows systematic
approach to the subject matter for the speaker while providing an exploratory
space to reason with. In this paper, we present a simple language that describes
spatial qualities of architecture based on the geometry of built elements. We
also provide a detailed description of the components and the structure of our
language and show how one might construct compound definitions using the
language. We then discuss the implication of constructing a language and how
we can use it as a tool and research model in the study of architecture.