The TIPL tower in Sector 44, Gurugram is a fine example of innovatively designed façade. The concept behind designing this building and its façade was to break the monotony of the buildings existing in its surroundings. The building has a pentagonal shape which has three sides perpendicular to each other. The fourth and the fifth side are at 45 degrees to what would have been the fourth side of a rectangular building. The concept of the 45 degree angle is also carried on the elevation of the building. Strips of ACP run horizontally and swiftly take a 45 degrees turn to complement the plan of the building. The inclined faces of the building are designed in the form of interlocking blocks at alternate levels. The voids created by these interlocking blocks act as terraces. Each floor has its own terrace in alternate directions which gives the façade a very interesting form.