The entire building, including the ground floor of the inner court, on which open the several accesses, is cladded with fritted and coloured glazing with the additional presence of vertical glass brise-soleil fins. These elements, together with the vertical blocks of colouring into which it is divided and give the building its image, represent the basic matrix on which all the thoughts and the subsequent design choices have been developed.
The building has a simple three dimensional shape, whose surface is articulated by the recessed windows and enriched by the vertical brise-soleils. The search for balance between these and other architectural elements, such as the use of spandrel panels, generates, through a careful composition, an active and changing façade. The building consists of a series of layers which create an intriguing effect to the basic modules of the façade. These features not only create a pleasing visual effect, but work technically to enhance the internal environment of the building.