For this project, we focused on the experience and growth of humans. The mentors of the center are going to be older and are there to teach the youth, who enter the center after school. The idea of the butterflies came into are heads when we were in elementary school we learned all about butterflies and how they grow. We wanted to bring that idea to the kids of Philadelphia whose schools systems can’t afford a butterfly program. Kids can look forward to coming to the center after school to learn all about butterflies and comeback each day to see them grow from caterpillars (kids) to butterflies (elders). The center focuses around this idea of growth and development through the idea of kids learning from the elders. The FreeFly Center highlights are, the large butterfly atrium in the center of the complex and can be seen from anywhere in the center, the commercial kitchen that leads to a large outdoor patio and garden that promotes healthy eating and cooking and the library area where kids can sit and learn while watching butterflies in the atrium flutter around. This project taught me how to work with a fellow designer to come up with cohesive design and concepts. I personally learned how to create a space that is interactive with children and elders, but isn’t distracting at the same time.