8 kilometers of programming office modules are stacked and folded to fit and follow the sloped hillside topography of the Bangalore site.
The building's roof acts as a road that allows the visitor to drive directly to the closest access point needed.
An airport-type people-mover connects all sections of the building minimizing travel time.
The serpentine shaped strand loops at key nodes creating public centers that rise above the arid desert-like landscape, thus generating a new building typology.
A perforated metal and glass skin encloses the ultra-light synthetic carbon-aluminum composite structure.
Infosys by Kevin Kennon Architects
| by Elif SUNGUR
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