The main entrance to the art and architecture building is currently a lifeless area that leads straight into the atrium of the lowest level. It is important to turn this circulation zone into a multifunctional space in order to reveal the life of the activities that occur within. It is important to introduce a space that unfolds to the passerby. When passing through the breezeway of the building, a first glance at the entrance will engage any visitor. Overlooking an outdoor courtyard below, the path to the new second floor entrance is also framed by a wall that showcases student work. A bridge that connects the main axis of circulation to a level that leads to both the art and architecture offices, as well as giving a clear view of the main staircase of the building, is ideal. Upon entry, there is an immediate realization as to where every part of the building awaits. The courtyard that sits below the entrance gives all who pass above a sense of depth. All who inhabit the garden sculpture area or pinup space are more or less unaware of what is happening above, and engaged in the activities within. The current view looking out the first level doors completely changes from concrete, into a colorful green space that showcases student art.