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Another disappointing facet is the location of the public entry on the side rather than the front or corner, where most would expect it. The reason appears to be that the interior layout puts offices and a copy room at the street corner, pushing the entry back a few feet onto 26th Street. This seems needlessly confusing, and prioritizes the wrong function.

I think you are misreading those floor plans. That is the 'first floor,' but the entrance at 26th and Benning is one level below that, labeled as the 'ground floor' and has two configuration options presented. The copy room would be one floor above the main entrance, and the mezzanine level would be one floor above that.

by Alex B. on Nov 6, 2012 10:04 am • linkreport

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