Space planning is based on the concept of "Intertwine" to build a core identity through strong relationships and cross-cultural collaboration between artisans and visitors. Once inside the building, the magnificent panoramic view of the Hudson River welcomes visitors, leading them to a lounge space along with a full-height window, a restaurant, and an exhibition space for artisans work. In the studio, they can experience craftsmanship in the class held by artisans. The building’s entire floor space is divided into 4 spaces: circulation, public, semi-public, and private. The spaces are located carefully by a consciousness of visual connection to connect different activities and induce various communications.