Flexibility in architectural design refers to spaces created so that they can be altered to suit a change in purpose, function, climate or season. This adjustability allows the built space to evolve and accommodate user needs and weather changes. In addition to providing flexible characteristics, such as multi-use areas, open-plan workspaces, expansive floor-to-ceiling heights, and high-capacity service voids, flexibility may also take the form of dynamic flexibility, such as adjustable or moveable partitions. The concept of flexibility allows the design to adapt to different scenarios; it favours transformation and interaction. In short, flexibility may be achieved by movable elements, modularity or multi-purpose features.