In a glass building, a giant urn is nestled within a wooden frame. The street-facing façade along Rue de la Loi showcases a patchwork of old wooden frames salvaged from European countries and reworked. Behind it, a second layer of reinforced glass forms a secondary skin, supported by metal walkways that provide horizontal protection to the facade.
Inside the hollowed cube, a giant sandblasted glass amphora resembles a candy box made of successive ellipses that gradually rotate. Gleaming at night, it appears as a precious object placed within its container. At each floor, meeting rooms, furnished with circular tables, are pierced at their centers to allow the passage of light.