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  • 1. Multi-use building program arrangement Traditional multi-use arrangement harkens back to Louis Sullivan and his Guaranty building where one programmatic element sat on top of the previous one. The issue with this is there is limited access from one program to another, also only one program can access street level or roof top space. The building form is generally limited with this arrangement as well. precedent: Sullivan, Guaranty building OK Plan Architects, Factory No. 8
  • 2. Multi-use building program arrangement Block multi-use arrangement groups programing together depending on its needs regarding the building. This provides better access between programing and allows more access to street and roof for all programing as needed. Program can shape the building to fit its needs generating a more interesting form. precedent: Richard Meier, Teachers Village Sullivan, Auditorium building
  • 3. Multi-use building program arrangement Blended mixed-use arrangement patches blocks of programing together which provides unlimited access to other programing and free access to street and roof when located as needed. To some extent the program can be changed within each block to suit needs. Building form completely reactive to program resulting in a very interesting form. The building also spreads out on site reducing height problems. precedent: Maxwan+MS, Red Hill development UNStudio, Hailun Plaza