The plot located in a main camp area right opposite a heritage structure called "Lal Dewal", a Jewish synagogue. The main objective was to design the building mass that will not overshadow the synagogue. Thus, to break the box like form, the entire floor plate has been divided into two parts - a cubical form and a cylindrical form, whereas the staircase block acts as a vertically rising dividing line highlighted as red colour strips. On the front of the building, the swimming pool semi-covered by red pergolas is the highlighting feature projecting out from the front cylindrical mass with a deck extending towards the synagogue. The building has two parking floors and nine residential floors with all modern amenities. Three bedroom and two bedroom apartments were to be designed with terraces connected with living / dining. The 2-bedroom flats were designed in a way to multiply horizontally so that the conversion can be 4-bedroom large apartments.
This is largely done in front side around the swimming pool to accommodate party lawn and deck area, whereas the peripheral area around the building is mostly used as a driveway while taking care of existing old and tall trees. The swimming pool and the deck area are raised with respect to the privacy aspect.