The central or defining character of an individual is comprised of a multiplicity of experiences. These experiences are manifested in plan with an assemblage of sprinkled, disparate parts. Such parts are augmented by two principal halves: a more defined, quiet, contemplative side (the north half of the plan) and the interactional, or extroverted, south side, which is represented by a series of perceptually open concatenated gathering spaces. As such, the overall spatial syntax serves as a reflection of individual wholeness.
weston wright, aia