Donovan Hill designed the Transnational Research Institute along with Wilson architects. The atrium of the building is remarkably designed by using glass throughout the corners of the building increasing the visibility and transparency between all the corners of the building . The design further analysed by Skepper informs about how the roof, lobby, and bounding walls typically show tectonic features by displaying their joints and resembling a structure which is more in size than its actual size. The entire complex is within nature itself, with lots of green plants been allowed to grow inside and in between wings, the middle space is kept open and gives a feeling of a development which enhances nature instead of killing it. This particular theory resembles the tectonic thinking of adapting with nature and allowing it to thrive along with civilization or urban development.