The project is located within an urban renewal scheme for former industrial wasteland that aims to form a new centrality to create a city neighbourhood scale. The scheme is laid out in a toothcomb pattern with internal gardens, and with linear partition of the volumes on the street front age and sequenced partition in the middle of the block. The spaces linking the entrance lobbies centralize circulation to the building’s staff restaurant while also creating areas for relaxation and social interaction. The entrance lobbies are strung together by a continuous gallery open up onto an interior garden with flooring in smooth white travertin stone, and internal walls lined with light-coloured wood. To create a corner building, we introduced a pattern and partitioning of the elevation by a series of facettes that create a play of relief while the facades are enhanced by the pattern of ceramic horizontal window-breasts.