New Microsoft Office Looks Like the Taj Mahal in a new facility opened in Noida.
It differs way different from the other typical tech office bases.
It inaugurated the primary IDC campus in Hyderabad in 1998, ensued by another in Bengaluru.
Complementing the layout of the Taj Mahal into a straggling office requires enormous thinking.
After all, they never deemed the masterpiece to have workstations.
It makes the new building ivory white and has jali work–a Mughal architectonic arrangement of the latticed screen or perforated stone, along with conventional domed ceilings.
“It’s about two aspects. One is to build a world-class product development organization in India. It’s a dream I had when I came back to India from Redmond in 2005 when there was nothing,” remarked Rajiv Kumar, managing director, Microsoft IDC, and a Microsoft veteran of almost 29 years in an official blog post.
He further added, “My vision to create the Noida center was to attract the best talent that graduates from some world-class engineering and management institutions in the country’s north”
To help the local economy, we sourced the marble and fabrics from nearby regions. “We engaged with local artisans to do the inlays and paintings. It is our way of promoting the local talent so they can also add Microsoft in their profile,” stated Jagvinder “Pinny” Mann, who headed the project as the lead for Real Estate and Facility (RE&F) at Microsoft India.