Indian Architecture Firm Completes Office Building Development

27 June 2011 (Last Updated June 27th, 2011 18:30)

India-based architecture firm Morphogenesis has completed the development of a new corporate office for India Glycols in Greater Noida, India. The 36,400m² office features a solid perimeter with a fluid interior and is shaped like a Tetris block. The building's design,

India-based architecture firm Morphogenesis has completed the development of a new corporate office for India Glycols in Greater Noida, India.

The 36,400m² office features a solid perimeter with a fluid interior and is shaped like a Tetris block.

The building’s design, resembling a stacking system, has been used to generate a variety of open spaces, courtyards, verandahs, terraces and green roofs.

A central spine runs through the length of the building with other departments branching from it.

The building features courtyards that allow sufficient daylight into workspaces and also help in controlling temperature.