Wandering down the street you come across a glass wall. As you get closer the view inside opens up to you and its activities spill outwards. As you enter through the circulation space, you see places for meeting, rest and gathering. They penetrate into your pathway. Few elements hint at borders between uses and nothing definite is apparent. As you walk forward you lean against a railing, noticing people below and above you are doing the same. You look outward and see different activities happening on each level and terrace. As you run your hands down the railings to the lower levels, different rooms and areas move into and away from your path of travel. You traverse down the path and reach a glass wall. You see beyond out to the exterior, there are columns and covered areas. The landscape beyond is halted by a garden wall, which acts as the partial limits to the covered areas. From the sides of the wall you can see out into the extends of the landscape beyond.