The 2020 Corona epidemic forced people and companies to work from home. Work from home had become an important part of his life for working employees. But now slowly everything is coming back on track and here not only companies but now people also want to go to their office. But if you are told that the design of the office you are going to is inspired by the Taj Mahal, then how will you feel?
Yes, the new Microsoft India Development Center, also known as IDC, has now opened in Noida. The special thing about this office is that its design is inspired by the amazing structure of the 17th century. This new office of Noida is spread over three floors of a 6-story building. You will see Mughal architecture throughout the campus.
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This is what the design looks like
Office images shared by Microsoft India reflect the architectural references of the corridor, inspired by ivory white stone in the corridors, while the textures and designs in the office space are believed to be inspired by the Mughals. The office also has a dome on the roof.
Talking about the new office, Microsoft IDC Managing Director, Rajiv Kumar said, “It is really about two aspects. One is to build a world-class product development organization in India. It is a dream when I came to India from Redmond in 2005 when there was nothing. To attract the best talent from the country, you have to go to the places where they belong. “My vision for creating the Noida Center was to attract the best talent who would graduate from some of the engineering and management institutes in the north of the country.