- The design of this building is a combination of rectangle and circle shaped rooms and these rectangles and circles together make a form of the building.
- Circle shaped rooms represent disabled people and rectangular shaped rooms represent normal people (who are training and helping them in this community).
- Disabled people or handicapped (blind or wheel chaired people) have better understanding and better connection with curves.
- Disabled people feel more relax and comfortable with smooth areas rather than sharp edges and corners.
- It brakes from the boxy norm of buildings.
- This building has a symmetrical design which makes it easier and more effortless for people with special needs to move and walk around. It also makes the cost of building cheaper.
- Like in our society and real life, we have a wide variety of people with different needs, which mean we are not separated from each other and we have to learn how to coexist harmoniously.
- The design of this community center represents a small sample of society. We all live together and people with special needs are part of our everyday life.