Is there any benefit to having memory palaces that are more random in terms of their layout vs organized?
For example, my house, my parents house, the local library are all potential palaces and have very different layouts. This is what I mean by having “random layout” palaces. But there are historical examples of people trying to have a very organized palace. For example, an amphitheater with several rows of seats and at each seat is a different image. For example, Memory Craft mentions (p. 43) a hypothetical palace like this that was created by Giulio Camillo (d. 1554).