The themes of spatialised culture can be divided and allocated to certain descriptions and applied to space and place. Three of the most wide-ranging and pervasive are experience, atmosphere and space. Spatial culture forms as a participatory consequence and outcome from the human application and organisation of space. The qualitative aspects of the interior are often reflexive of and responsive to the surrounding societal cultures and urban cityscapes. The reach of interior experience permanently surrounds all human activity. The strength of this experience is defined by many factors, one of which is the way the interior ‘feels’. Formulating an understanding of interior atmosphere is inherently connected with spatial culture. The organisation and arrangement of space is a central component of any interior and the backdrop of all spatial cultures. It is the starting point, and creates the frontiers, boundaries and edges of the interior. Globally, space for interiors is determined in a diversity of conditions and circumstances.