The third floor of a Chinatown Swap Meet Building was turned into NAC Architecture's 13,000 square-foot Los Angeles Office. Organized into a tidy five by nine grid, each cell is defined by a unique color, and within each color, a distinct program. Woven into the grid of structured program is a network of circulation and “in-between” spaces, maximized to allow users to claim space as their own. An open aisle on Monday becomes the model-making floor for Workstation A on Tuesday. The exterior patio may house a temporary art exhibit open to the public. This project aims to explore the ways in which intersections between the defined and undefined nurture the most creative environments.