When the client gained occupancy of the floor it contained ominous dark woods and colors which only exacerbating the faint light; built in cubicles occupied the rather inauspicious entrance. Functions such as filing and copying were done in cramped closets. Rebecca Gelman pulled all these functions out of rooms into the open. The space was fully gutted to allow for light to penetrate all the way from the private offices at the exterior through "think tank" and to the interior reception area. A varied palate of colors and all light woods were used to provide more radiant spaces.