The purpose is to show how some of the writings of architect Christopher Alexander bear on nonduality.
The fundamental message is that architects who work from realization of their true nature could build structures that inspire realization of true nature.
Nonduality means non-separation, which refers to all things being the same at some level of understanding, while retaining their individuality. A classic metaphor pointing to nondual reality is that of the wave and ocean. Though each wave is unique, each one is the substance of the ocean and not separate from the ocean itself: Nonduality, non-separation.