ART SPACE = URBAN SPACE
Firstly, the building is laid out a part of an urban network of routes and “sees itself” as a space for movement given solid form in an overall context. This context is also articulated in the general urban system by means of numerous smaller interventions (see landscape planning). The commitment to an open ground floor zone evokes the motif of the building as path and here one could be inclined to see a switching point in the city’s circulation network. In this way the KiKuLa becomes an important connecting point and enhances the little-used park by making it an important point of contact and junction. The building is therefore a link between outdoor space and interior space and, essentially, between the internal functions.