Program and tectonics drove the design of this main street infill building in a small Washington mill town. The program for the building was to be a micro format retail and commercial building that was required to be low maintenance and long lived. The potential of the brick tectonic was expanded in scale to inform the building massing and illustrate how repetitive units can collectively create a cohesive whole. We posited the building as a loose stack of programmatic blocks, each space operating on the scale of the singular, and collectively giving the building its overall form. The resulting massing can be read as a sculptural singularity or allowed to fluctuate in scale in relation to its materiality. This duality sponsors and activates the pedestrian realm with a series of varied and literate street walls.