The next step was to look into the paths in which a user would travel once in this site due to the memories present. It should be noted that a constant memory would draw a user more gradually where as an intimate one would draw the user more dramatically.

Above is the result of these paths. These paths can then be defined as primary, secondary or tertiary paths depending on the amount of users that would use each path. To take further thought it would be essential to break down this area into specific zones. This allows us to start to understand the best use of each specific space depending on the historically sensitive memories already present within the site.

With specific areas defined it starts to layout the planning/footprint of the areas potential for further development. For example the creation of commercial space and an integration between the public and private sectors.

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