subdivisible


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A range of subdivisible, multiuse facilities allows a variety of events to occur simultaneously.
Thus the parts of time--the minutes and the days--are thought of as indefinitely subdivisible and so as homogeneous--one minute exactly like another--and also mutually exclusive of one another just as each part of space excludes every other.
A subterranean exhibition space, underground car park and, on upper floor levels, staff accommodation for the 20 strong management team, lodgings for visiting companies and a 300 sq m subdivisible teaching and rehearsal space are also provided.