The office was invited by Joseph Allen Stein to provide the interior architecture of the main conference/ cultural complex of the India Habitat Centre. The scope required detailed design of the total work that cost about 35 million Rupees in 1994. The services required careful coordination of complex service lines negotiated so that the interiors architecture reflected the structural skeleton designed in Stein's office. Customised furniture pieces were developed for each area that are still in use (last updated, November 2014). Plantation rubber wood along with Indian stones has been extensively used throughout the design providing warmth to the colour pallete.