The initial aim of the project was to explore and utilise the unifying qualities of sport which can bring together people of various races, classes & backgrounds and religious origins that Jerusalem is renowned for. Once I had chosen the site and the building identified, I became very interested in the space created between the two buildings and how this could be a secondary function of the primary function of the building as a multifunctional sports space. The building cantilevers off the back wall and the awning which spans the front provides shelter from the sun. The pool has a large space above before the roof space begins, allowing for a clean and inviting look. The gym is on the ground level of the main building with change rooms above. The secondary building is very plain, allowing for many activities and contains a half court basketball court, netball hoop, and walls to hit a tennis ball against and a soccer goal on the far wall from the entrance.