The basic layout of the building is simple and straightforward. The southeastern-most portion of the building contains the conference room and public restrooms. This area shares the yellow accent color on the outside of the building.
Controlling the effects of the sun is important to the design of the building. Small southwest windows minimize solar heat gain while allowing natural light to permeate the building. The large windows facing northwest are intended to gather the north light. The large windows facing northeast and southeast are protected by steel sunshade structures. These sunshades also contribute to the textures of the exterior and cast shadows, adding a dynamic and kinetic quality to the architecture.