The design prepared by Geneva architects Janez Hacin and Jean-Jacques Oberson followed the general idea of buildings constructed by Hewlett-Packard: metal structure, simple and flexible design, all in a green setting.
Since the architecture was intended to follow the company's philosophy of comfort, communication and efficiency, it was therefore decided to resort to workplaces in green areas allowing for a maximum of flexibility and good conditions for communication among employees.
The design of a central empty space open to a height of 15 meters structures the spaces of the three floors. Topped by a glass skylight providing considerable light, it creates a vital space inside the building.
The facades are fully enclosed, with a corridor system designed to provide effective protection against the sun while maintaining a maximum of light.