This first concept for a bank head office was developed on a land of 900sqm. The guiding gesture was one of warping the main volume to orient its upper levels towards the main view of the National museum and the hippodrome.

A stainless steel mesh wraps the entire south side facade, filtering the sun into the office space behind, and unifying the volume into a single shining element. The east facade was jagged in plan to allow direct views for all the offices to the highway. A series of gardens punctuate the south facade, illuminate the panoramic elevators, and constitute special offices on certain floors.