A vibrant interior color scheme, which, sadly, cannot be appreciated in black and white pages, was one of the most visible means Kirschenfeld used in avoiding what he calls "institutional generic" decor. Much of the wood paneling has been treated with analyne dyes, and floors were constructed in bold patterns. Most of the furniture was designed by Architrope, in collaboration with a colleague, as was the striped upholstery used throughout the building.

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