DIVISION OF PROGRAM
Dealing with a program that requires delicate transitions, users divide themselves in two main styles of spaces: the focus zones, and the sharing zones. Having both in one area causes distractions and discomfort to those who are trying to concentrate on given tasks and those who choose to roam freely. Rather than creating a whole new mass to accommodate the two users, the form’s spaces are fairly split through methods of anti-form. Now, the two types of users share the building through interior and exterior divisions.