Visual compositions can be generated mechanically. Repetition is the simplest principle that can be employed in a variety of manners. While doing the first composition, the first-year students invariably, find it difficult. Either they try to do something symbolic or they think that they are supposed to produce a work of art. Just a simple composition made by lines and shapes is meaningless to them. These new entrants in the field of visual design are unaware of the fact that a simple abstract composition is made up of basic elements like lines and shapes which generate innumerable concepts for an architectural design. A Basic two-dimensional, well proportionate and balanced composition can be employed for doing the design of an atrium or a simple flooring pattern in a waiting room. This skill in generating two-dimensional compositions is a useful ability for the architectural designer.