Taking Oberlin Square and Ming-xian Hall as the axis and center of the base at the same time, a centripetal volume configuration with the museum as the center is established. In order to maintain the importance of Ming-xian Hall in this base, the height of the art gallery corresponding to Ming-xian Hall was lowered by the terrain.
Between the center (art gallery) and the peripheral volume, different squares are divided by different levels of space. When users walk, they will feel the centripetal and the level of the square through the function and geometry of each enclosed square.
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