An office building of Awesome Inc. where all that boring paperwork gets done... without any paper. I'm quite proud of this, it's the first really tall module I've made.
Top view of the tower, showing the (finally!) non-rectangular construction.
The central tower is 16 studs in diameter, and constructed mostly of 1x1 and 1x2 plates. Each level of the tower has a doorway to the stairwell and its offices, and two washrooms.
Top view into one of the offices, with a databook shelf, computer, phone, and employee. A bald employee.
Every office is a three window, six corner office.
The base of the tower has a single-track monorail station, and three airlocks connecting to three corridors. Sigh... non-opening doors.
Rear view of the tower, showing the stacks of offices and support pillars. The solid stack on the left is the stairwell.
Inside the stairwell stack. Seven 180-degree staircases make the tower fully accessible to minifigs... once they make it through the fake airlocks.
The stairs were designed by Nathan Proudlove, I only modified them slightly to fit in the stack.
View over an employee's shoulder, which I mostly included to show off those clever washroom signs. Aren't they just swell?
A room without windows? This is where the cleaners are stored.
Top view of the storage room at the base of the tower, with not one but three cleaning robots in their charging bays, and a central tool rack.
Alternate view of the storage room. The robots could repair each other when one breaks down, but it's more reliable (and less expensive) to have a mechanic do it, hence the crescent wrench. The Awesome Inc. technicians also decided that once a night is often enough for the cleaners to be active, after replacing yet another camera lens, damaged by spasmodic employees with tasers and laser pointers.