This is a reconstruction project for a pediatric clinic that has operated on this site for many years. TSC Architects were conscious of the connection with the community. They designed a space surrounded by the warmth of wood and picture books that would be endearing to local children. This building is an important part of the community, providing a sense of security for those raising children. Patients are soothed by the warmth of the wood and the curving design. The wall-to-wall bookshelf of picture books eases children's anxieties. The waiting areas are distributed in three locations to prevent infection, but the curved surfaces and atrium create a sense of spatial connectivity. The roof that wraps around the building not only increases the visibility of this building, but is also effective in the comfort that patients feel. The eaves extending toward the front street welcome patients. As they enter, they can see all the way to the second floor and are amazed at the expanse of space. And there are slits under each roof. This gives the large roof a light and friendly impression to people. The activities of the interior are expressed to the city through the slit. Also, after the sun goes down, the light overflowing through the gaps in the roof gives a sense of ease to the inorganic streetscape.