CASIS serves as the equilibrator between public interest and the private sector. The new headquarters for CASIS serves to explore and develop the complex relationship between these two entities and allows for CASIS to better calibrate that exchange. By rotating and re-orienting the static and platonic form of the cube, new dynamic spaces emerge that facilitate both communication and curiosity. The building allows for both private circulation consisting of meeting rooms and collaborative spaces as well as public circulation through exhibition space, lecture spaces, classrooms and observation areas. CASIS program inhabits an inner, static cube and through its offices allows for exchange and education between CASIS the public and private entities.