With a greater understanding of the relationship between the physics of the internal environment and the activities that occupy specific spaces, we observed synergies and clashes that informed the next phase of design. Initially designing with the activities and environments de-contextualised from one another allows for the occupant’s natural daily activities to be the driver for design, as opposed to the practicality and convenience of construction. Upon layering the physical dynamics of space over the activity plans and sections, synergies arise promoting a radicalised design strategy.

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