An odd-shaped lot and not too many high-rises around make this a challenging task along with the mission to introduce Western type architecture. Three commercial, one underground, one mechanical and ten hotel floors create a unique environment, oriented with local pilgrim traditions. The complex features two restaurants, two cafés, a meeting center and several retail shops on both Level One and Two, along with a large rooftop garden café-restaurant. The glass canopy at the top acts in a couple of ways. It provides shelter for the rooftop garden café, it also creates a shaded ventable buffer (passive sustainability) and thirdly - ample space for photovoltaics, while the double curtain wall incorporates another active sustainable element.