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categories of spatial order (architectural, aesthetic, social, environmental, functional), their components and the applicable grading scale ( Table 1 ).
The analysed components of spatial order
Dimensions of spatial order
General proportions, urban design, planning, craftsmanship and style, additional features, green spaces
Display of information, advertising and signs, facades, roofs, pavement and fencing, colour scheme, cleanliness
Users, atmosphere, access to other public spaces, safety
). Habitual thinking structures and behaviours fade into the background, and the atmosphere is affected by eventisation through the interplay of social, physical and temporal aspects.
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, capability (infrastructure and means) and socio-economic realities ( Alam et al., 2017 ). Table 4 reflects the list of wedding venues in South Africa which as of June 2019 either mention or contain photographs of flowers on their website. Each of these should pay careful attention to the threats of climate change to their destination image.
List of Wedding Venues in South Africa which include florals in their written and/or visual online advertising