Within the vernacular of regionalism this architecture embraces elements of modern Latin American architecture. The building horizontality roots itself to its flat site while the variation in roof heights creates diversity and expresses the hierarchy of the interior spaces and defines entry points. The contrast of solid volumes and openings combined with the bold exterior colors, gives the building a chameleon-like quality as the sun tracks across its walls. The walls of the steel frame building are clad in stucco, , and standing seam metal roofing installed vertically. Inside, a simple palette of materials and window systems are used to create warmth and allow natural light to flood the interiors.