A controlled event is described in which participants may be made aware of the processes within themselves and around thea which lead to the organisation and utilisation of space, These events are so structured that the processes may be recorded end presented for public analysis. As a consequence, the exercise provides so opportunity for both the education of the participants and a context within which research may be carried out. To essence, the exercise is drawn from the social psycliclegy of groups but provides a distinctly different framework by the group activity itself being concerned with the creation of spatial structures. It also provides the possibility for exploring the influence of roles which are prescribed in various ways upon the type of space which is created and the way people use the communication network in relation to the spatial arrangement of the group.