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compartmentalization

(kŏm-part″ment″ăl-ĭ-zā′shŏn)
1. In psychology, the division or splitting of emotions from thought; of work from leisure; or of action from logic or morality; dissociation.
2. The division of the cell or of other biological structures into distinct regions with separate functions.
3. In health care management, the splitting of a large task into smaller parts.
compartmentalize (ment′ăl-īz″)
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Gehry's vigorously sculptural forms, together with his compartmentalisation of component spaces and celebration of difference, present a stark challenge to traditional corporate orthodoxies of uniformity and understatement.
These designs will be used by Contractors to undertake the Works, which will generally consist of Builders Works, Mechanical and Electrical Services, HVAC Services and Fire Compartmentalisation.
So the project incorporates a floor area of 2,572 square meters - the creation of 3 fighting areas; - The layout of 300 seats tribunes (100 per match area); - The compartmentalisation of fighting areas; - Creating dressing rooms; - The creation of a high floor for the development of other activities ex post; - The construction of an armory and its annexes on the top floor conditional phase.