The three intersecting blocks house the university’s management and administrative centers, a new language center, and the auditorium. They are elliptical in plan and section to present the least surface area to East and West. As such, they curb the glare of the rising and setting sun while reducing heat gain in summer months. The gardens to the south of the towers with their deciduous trees, aromatic plants and lawns provide additional shade and natural cooling. Offices and meeting rooms are arranged around the perimeter of the towers to maximize natural lighting and ventilation.