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    This private USIP staff office overlooks the Great Hall.
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    Other private offices face outward, with views of the surrounding landscape.
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    U.S. Institute of Peace fourth-floor plan drawing.
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    Most offices behind the curving western wall of the Great Hall also have views of the National Mall, as seen through the hall's glazed south wall.
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    The main ground-floor staircase of the Great Hall hugs the room's east wall.
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    Detail section drawing at the intersection of a glass roof and glazed curtain wall.
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    The glass roof over the smaller atrium at the U.S. Institute of Peace.
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    Private offices are organized around open staff work areas.
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    An upper-floor conference room at the U.S. Institute of Peace accommodates about 100 people.
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    U.S. Institute of Peace elevation drawings.
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