The project entailed taking a completed building and designing its interiors. One obvious constraint this poses is that the intended and eventual use of the building was not taken into account at the architectural stage. The challenge was to create a space which met all the specific requirements in the most innovative way possible. The central courtyard has a series of multi level air-conditioned terraces and event spaces. Since the brief specified more than fifty percent of the office spaces to be of a non-workstation format, a street typology was employed to create spaces which look into each other both in plan and in section. The west face of the building has been given a combination of open area along with cavity wall construction which buffer the offices on that face from direct heat gain. The design enhances collaboration spaces to allow for socio-cultural intermingling and cross-pollination of ideas, and exemplifies the ideology of ‘equity and transparency’ in the workplace as an integral part of its architectural vocabulary.