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AbstractThis paper investigates how mixed-use high-rises respond to their sites, both climatically and otherwise. It seeks to make recommendations to improve the site responsiveness of tall, mixed-use buildings. Finally, it offers a case study by designing two buildings with identical programs for different sites.