I'm not sure about theories of ordered or random universes, but there's plenty of evidence to suggest that people like to impose a little order where they can. Patterns, arrangements, stacks, lines, groups, rows - they're everywhere once you start looking. (I wrote a book on the subject - hardly Einstein, I know, but nevertheless).
Shoreditch has been pretty run down for years, and of course historically it's always been a place of mixed and contrasting fortunes. Even now, with the huge influx of creatives, coffee drinkers, and independent businesses, there's still a great deal of poverty and dilapidation that can't be disguised.
But there are little pockets and glimpses of order all over the place that show someone cares, someone wants to stave off chaos, someone wants to make things happen.
Fruit and vegetables and flowers and coffee cups.
Tidy, planned graffiti and stacks of rhubarb.
Most things can be ordered, even if it's only for a brief moment.