Providing for a range of people and their activities is a fundamental part of designing for diversity on an architectural scale. This also happens on an urban scale (around the city) - space is known to inspire diverse users as much as a diverse population for an area creates different spaces.
Using a layered drawing approach, I work between scales, exploring the concept of 'diversity space'. At 1:20 (drawings above), the detail of how one looks at produce in the market spaces, or drinks their coffee in front of their laptop becomes apparent. At 1:100 (pictured below), I can see how people will inhabit the spaces en masse and test whether or not there are a variety of spaces for people to choose to use. This is similar to a blank restaurant space putting out different sizes of tables (or using one small table as a module which can be pieced together).