Space: UNCG is not the only university in the Greensboro are, in fact it is competing with several other schools. Most of the buildings on campus have a grand entrance way with white columns that emphasize the front of the buildings; this is a common characteristic through out Greensboro. The buildings are constructed of brick and the newer building also included a lot of big open windows. The parking areas are on the outskirts of the campus giving the campus a slight enclosed feeling.
Power: I have never thought about power when looking at all the buildings that surround me everyday. The buildings all differ in size however, due to there huge stature it is difficult to determine which one is the most important. I would say the building that attracts the most students would hold the most power, that could be the library or maybe the cafeteria.
Experience: There are many historical buildings mixed around campus, including the Foust Building, Spencer Hall, the Quad, the Chancellor's Residence, Aycock Auditorium, and the Alumni house. These and all the other buildings are part of the experience one will have while on the campus.
Precedent: The library is not only the tallest building on campus but it is also right at the center axis of the school.
Order: There are many ways UNCG has order, especially when it comes to the roads and the sidewalks. There is a main road that goes all the way through campus, College Avenue, and all other streets branch out. This is a great way to help students to know where they are going, the sidewalks can be a little confusing but most lead back to College Avenue at some point.
Surface: Going back to the site of the school, the brick buildings are appealing in a professional and welcoming manner. UNCG has a very nice campus and is maintained well, with the amount of student who attend the school it would be easy for it to become a bit of a mess and out of control.