A reciprocal frame is constructed from tiled geometry which is composed of groups of members. The tiles work as a module in this system. This module can be divided into three different types; a basic module, a multiple patterns module, and a complex module. These modules have different geometric conditions. While the basic module is generated by a single geometry such as a triangle, square, or hexagon, the multiple module is formed by two or more geometries in a regular pattern. Additionally, the complex module contains an irregular geometric pattern.

To understand the different geometries in the reciprocal frame, we developed the geometric pattern studies in various ways. Because various factors can affect the pattern such as scale and angle, we decided to prototype to learn more about these factors. For example, one of the studies focused on how the changing geometry size affects the overall structure’s form and how the angle changes affect the geometry pattern. Another group looked into the various length frames that can be worked in the same geometry pattern. These studies allowed us to understand more in-depth the relationship between the geometric pattern and the structure.