The buildings were erected in the centre of the Służewiec office area amidst chaotic development with of diversified architectural quality. It forms part of a complex of three office buildings that organize the roadside quarter space. Seven repeatable office floors are designed on an asymmetrical H plan, with a centrally situated core and a variable layout of two-bay and three-bay structures. As in other office buildings designed by JEMS, abutting the core are two-storey garden atria that provide an executive framework to entrances leading to the tenant component and connected visually with green internal courtyards. Strong architectural accents are provided by the two-storey entrance arcades and two staircases situated at the external glazed façade, with a distinct geometry of solid railing, contrasted with filigree, rhythmical vertical elevation of black titanium and zinc sheet metal and wood.