ENTRY: The actual and visually perceived approach and entrance to a building.
- Entrances may characteristically be formal or friendly, recessed or flush, grand or commonplace, narrow or wide.
- New buildings should reflect a similar sense of entry which is expressed by surrounding historic buildings.
- Avoid entrances which are hidden, obscured, ambiguous, or missing.
- Avoid designing approaches to buildings which are uncharacteristic within the site’s context.