That’s high praise!
FWIW, this kind of thinking – presenting communication with a structure matching how people process relevant information – is a general approach. It’s useful for all kinds of things besides locale descriptions, and a good thing to keep in mind whenever you’re looking to tackle a communication problem.
To unpack such a structure is the hard part. But such things are taught all the time. Advertisers, for example, spend a great deal of time and effort to learn how people read magazine ads (or ads in whatever medium), and will write books explaining what they’ve learned.