The topography of the site and the nature of Jordan were the main idea for which the building was regenerated from. The Architect transformed these topographies into levels and each level is holding a part of the program. For example, One Level was for public functions and another one for the diplomats and the main entrance. As the cracks shape the mountains and the paths through. The architect obtained the same idea by creating a crack that goes from the lowest level of the building to the highest one and connects the main entrance of the embassy and the public entrance. Instead of having the crack going in one direction a shift in the axis happens at the last lobby and shifts towards the public entry. The path is centralized by a ceremonial hall. The arrangement of the functions in the embassy were focusing on making the circulation between related facilities easier and more direct. All the functions were used by the public including the employees’ offices are placed near to each other and near the entrance.