Keeping an open floor plan, the aim was to create experimental spaces that interact naturally with the surrounding landscapes. The plinth merges with the sloping landscapes on either side. Structurally, the building experiments with composite construction methods, where the ground floor is built in RCC while the first floor is fabricated in steel and supports the sloping steel roof. To complement the regional architecture, the sloping roof is covered with Mangalore tiles, giving the structure a unique aesthetic. The site section shows the subtle response of the building to the environment. It is designed to complement the forests and the water bodies in the vicinity.