Opus Office Tower is the mixed-used commercial and retail complex formed a large cube that appears to hover off the ground, althought the design in fact consists of three separate towers 93 m high. A freely formed void cuts into these volumes, while the ground floor is developed as a transparent open field with multiple pathways that are drawn into the interior of the plan areas within the two separate lobbies. The void is lit from within at night, in a sense reversing the volumetric appearence of the building. Pixelated striations are to be applied to the glass facade reducing solar gain and giving it a degree of reflectivity and materiality. The architect explain that, "it is clear that from its inception this concept seeks interconnectedness and uniqueness. "
The continuity of the interior design with exterior forms is expressed here in a relatively restrained manner, and yet the whole flows from the exterior to the interior in an effortless continuum.Night lighting of the building and the contrast between its freely formed void and the actual buildings.