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In a predetermined system of work, architects are obliged to comply with the developer’s ‘maximum-profit’ way of working. This project proves that the whole process can be subverted by implementing small changes in standardized components. Be it a window, a ceiling, or the position of a unit in the building, it guarantees a better performance of the same ordinary building, while answering the client’s financial concerns, the contractor’s limited skill sets, and most importantly ensuring an architect’s personal design agenda. Advisors/Committee Members: Frausto, S., Weaver, T., Avissar, I..