The rectangular-shaped plot is situated next to a major arterial road in one of the recently developed districts of Ankara in which many similar office buildings started to rise around a decade ago. The office tower is a simple rectangular prism with two interlocking L-shaped floors surrounding the lift shaft and stairwell at the centre. The floor space becomes smaller with each storey upwards, creating a dynamic diagonal form in the overall mass of the tower.
The 27 floors of office space offering approximately 12,000 square metres in a 32-floor structure with a total of 44,600 square metres of construction area include social and commercial facilities as well as service areas and parking facilities. There are four semi-open ‘floor gardens’ located part-way up the building on the 7th and 17th floors, serving as socialising areas for office employees and offering café and restaurant facilities. The top floor also features a spacious restaurant with expansive city views.
The building has two entrances, situated on two different ground levels due to the sloped site. The lower level entrance serves as an entrance to the tower itself, while the upper level entrance provides access to the courtyard, located in the terrace at the base. At the entrance to the tower itself, the office block is set back from the road, creating a public space that is emphasised by the canopy. In order to give the public a good welcome, the upper courtyard area has been augmented through landscaping and with the addition of urban sculptures.