I intend on developing further the account of the kind of conversation that houses the creative processes of our practice. The account that is being formulated and tested on projects in the office relates to Eisensteins' theory of attractions and his montage method. It provides a new formulation of the way in which mental frames can be brought together where confusion can be regarded as a positive mental attitude enabling connections the logical mind would over rule. The emphasis is now on how this newly identified state of mind operates when new projects are undertaken and developed. Specifically this will focus on the idea of a non determined resolution which produces creative and spatial tension in our work.