The central space was originally a courtyard that was later enclosed when a roof was added. Skylights in the courtyard roof afforded an opportunity for natural light to penetrate interior workspaces via internal windows and transoms.
Due to the triangular shape of the building, irregularly shaped spaces became common areas which provided an opportunity to use creative lighting configurations.
Office “pods” that flow into each other created a semi-private workspace, promoting greater productivity while still allowing for a degree of openness to the office that encourages team member collaboration. The pods are the same size with an even distribution of desks, rather than a more traditional hierarchy of office footprints, creating a more egalitarian working environment.