The project is a headquarters campus for one of the largest wind energy conglomerates and has taken inspiration from Mughal architecture, where water bodies, gardens and horizontal pavilions were interconnected. The ‘ground scraper’ is formed of two- and three-storey pavilion buildings of flat slab construction resting on circular concrete columns which facilitate modular walls and fenestration systems. Extensive accommodation is provided. Water features, circular stair silos, glass cylinder chimneys, sky courts, engineered facades and ‘desert cooling’ facilitate environmental control. The zero carbon development generates 8% of its energy through photovoltaic panels, windmills and solar heaters. The balance is gained through a dedicated wind farm.