This is one of my Major Projects, 2 Points, which aims to observe 2 different locations using fixed and unfixed data. My 2 points are from the Victoria and Albert Museum; one of them is the main garden, which is called John Madjeski Garden, and the other is the surrounding of the garden. On the top, it shows the main findings as fixed data about the architectural structure, considering the perfect proportion of the building. Below, shows an interesting observation of unfixed data – the diagram presents sixteen different patterns produced by the building's shadow. The shadows show how each pattern is produced in different weather conditions. The patterns mostly change due to time and weather.