Physical environments can be analyzed by focusing on the rhythms they produce. Buildings have rhythms of use, so do streets and cities . Architecture and music are very close and some people are more sensitive to musical rhythms and others more to visual rhythms. Both are compositions to which human beings can be sensitive. Rhythm is like a heartbeat .
A robust structure in time, which rhythm provides, is necessary to provide in-between spaces in which experience can emerge . By providing robust structures in the in-between spaces of time chaos, as a source for creative experience and emergence of meaning, becomes productive. The not pre-determinant nature of these spaces is exactly why they generate creativity and experience, which is how meaning evolves. Not determining what happens next is part of the essence of having agency.