The whole building can be understood as stacked spaces. Small rooms are stacked on top of the ground floor terrace, creating a semi-outdoor space that connects to the street. The porous shades wrapped around the building are from a computational design process where the architects used computer simulation to calculate how sunlight hits the facade. Their pattern shields the interior from direct sunlight while maintaining a feeling of openness, and giving the offices privacy from the surrounding residential apartments. After sunset, the shades provide diffused environmental lighting, reducing power consumption.