Interactive positions are a two-way reflex where two or more objects affect one another by communicating, giving feedback, asking, or showing someone something through pointing, carrying, pushing, hugging, and greeting. The interactive position is not only performed by humans, but is also natural to animals as a common reflex to the presence of a third party. On a daily basis, people interact with the buildings in their built environment, the work that they do, and the people that they see.

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