According to Moles, the labyrinth is a partition of space by joining or separating its lots and spaces, whereby at least one exit is possible from every point. It is a spatial organisation with a high degree of geometrical concentration in spite of its visual dispersion and privacy, a compaction of solitude.
The figurations of the Metaeder with all elementary cells, crystalline, quasicrystalline, fractal, periodic and aperiodic, are to be joined up to make continuous or discontinuous structures, i.e. spatial or chronospatial labyrinths, sectors, cities in space.
The labyrinth as a spatial grid with flexible rotating and folding partitions, upright as walls and doors which are open and closed at the same time, floors capable of forming walls or ceilings alternatively, a spatial labyrinth with variable topology, to be opened or closed in all three dimensions with optional and changeable spatial dimensions and arrangements, the space-time city.
The geometrical network of the space-time city., filled out and subdivided with amorphous plastic material such as clay or plaster by its inhabitants, spanned over or subdivided for protection against weather and damp: an amorphous labyrinth such as the clay cities bordering the Sahara, or the ‚subtractive‘ cave architecture found in Anatolia.