Culture is an important part of public space, but it can even play a roll in commercial environments. Cultural activities can also be a way of creating community, building bridges, exchanging ideas and finding like-minded interests. Sometimes it can be thought-provoking or even uncomfortable. Opinions about what is right or wrong, good or bad can be diametrically opposed and discussions polemic. We build our architecture on the premise that well-designed spaces can provide the opportunity for new information, ideas, inspiration, meetings, experiences and a feeling of being part of something larger, all leading to social engagement and creativity.