Eight kilometers of programming office modules are stacked and folded to fit and follow the sloped hillside topography of the Bangalore site. The building’s roof acts as a road that allows the employee or visitor to drive directly to the closest access point needed. Moving walkways connect all sections of the building to minimize time spent in transit.
The serpentine shaped strand loops at key nodes creating public centers that rise above the arid, desert-like landscape, thus generating a new building typology. A perforated metal and glass skin encloses the ultra-light, synthetic carbon-aluminum composite structure.
Bangalore, India 2003