Tech-driven Microsoft office interior inspired by Indian Monument.

Microsoft India development center (IDC) office based in Noida is the center of attraction, inspired by the Indian monument Taj mahal, Microsoft office is giving historic Mughal vibes in the workplace.

Ivory white marble walls, bright yellow lights, and lamps, and jaalidaar nakkashi in the doom-shaped ceiling, big flower vases, with let us have look at what influenced Microsoft for such interior and ambiance.

“It’s really about two aspects,” says Rajiv Kumar, managing director, Microsoft IDC, and a Microsoft veteran of nearly 29 years. “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.”

“It’s really about two aspects,” says Rajiv Kumar, managing director, Microsoft IDC, and a Microsoft veteran of nearly 29 years. “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.”

The second aspect for this idea, Kumar says
“Our mission is to empower every person and every organization on this planet to achieve more,” he says. “That’s a very ambitious statement, but I feel the IDC owes it to the company to realize this mission.”