The Mill Owners' Association Building is a Le Corbusier working in Ahmedabad, India. A stately incline makes for a terrific approach into a triple-tallness entrance lobby, open to the breeze. Landing is on the primary floor, where the administrators' workplaces and meeting room are found. The ground floor houses the work spaces of the assistants and a different, single-story flask at the back.
On the third floor is a high, top-lit hall with a rooftop covering and a bended, encasing divider, notwithstanding a liberal entryway. While the brise-soleil go about as free façades made of unpleasant covered cement, the north and south sides, worked in harsh brickwork, are relatively unbroken.