The Philadelphia Granary was once a vital urban agricultural repository, providing the city adequate storage solutions for grains. New distribution methods led to the abandonment of the facility in the 1950s. This proposal seeks to re-establish the warehouse as a museum of industrial art and reaffirm its connection to the established art district in the area. The granary contains seventy-eight elevated square silos as well as a loading dock beneath. With little need for human habitation, the building lacks sufficient vertical circulation, resulting in large islands of unreachable program within the building, particularly areas above and within the silos. How can vertical circulation be provided for a building that was never intended to require such a thing?