but to reflect a personal philosophical stance on how a language *should be*, like laadan, esperanto or lojban, or perhaps to explore a philosophical idea, that of a systematical order of the sematic space.
I did start it because I was curious how would visual onomatopoeia will work, but now about everything I make to the language is to make it easy to me.
You need to work out the following word orders:
Adjectives vs. Demonstratives vs. Numbers vs. Genitives
Adjectives vs. Degree words (very, slightly, etc.)
I have worked on those, but I'm not sure if I explained it well in OP. There are no genitives, a preposition is used
demonstratives vs adjectives is basicly inverted English word order: that - adjectives - thing
noun - number specifier - adjectives - demonstrative pronoun - do
(meaning 'of') - noun - number specifier - adjectives - demonstrative pronoun
omitting the particles for shortness' sake.
AFAIK degree words are adverbs, so I treat them in that way
noun - ns - adjective+adverbs - adjective+adverbs - ...
ʃjo tso to = a very big house
house big very
Though I admit there are tons of ambiguity which I'm trying to avoid. The last sentence can also mean 'a bigger house'.