Located in the Estado de Mexico, Torre Profasa is located at 8 Circuito Circunvalación Poniente Avenue, perpendicular to Manuel Avila Camacho Blvd. The project is located in 334.80sq.m. area with 10m x 33.40m borders. The volume of rectangular features is proposed from a very simple scheme in which office modules are distributed over 4 levels and are articulated through a vertical circulation core arranged within a lighting yard covered with vegetation. This situation gives the offices a sense of spaciousness and privacy in the other spaces. Besides, its orientation allows the greatest reception of natural light during working hours. Accessibility is an important element of the project since the roads where the accesses are located at different heights from the level of the banquet. On the ground floor, the main access to +.0.75m is controlled by a guard booth, the lobby located in the lighting yard welcomes the building through a sculpture and a curtain of water that guide you to the vertical circulation core. The vehicles access the building through a ramp that leads them to the underground parking lot at level -2.30m, in which 10 parking drawers, motorcycle spots and warehouses are located. Also on the ground floor is the commercial premises that have its parking and wine cellar. At level -5.30, the engine room, the drinking water cisterns, the storm tank that allows the retention of rainwater for later use, as well as the storage room designated to the dead archive for the convenience of the offices, are located. On the first level at +4.075m is the secondary access to the project that leads you to the multi-purpose room and then to the first module of offices through a path of planters used not only as aesthetic elements but as a link of the circulations with space. The use of vegetation is significant in the project as it is always present on the terraces and main facade to produce a nexus with the outside. The series of planters in vertical circulation and fa-cades allow interiors privacy, direct solar radiation protection, natural ventilation and extension of space. The materials palette that makes up the aesthetics of the building responds to the integration of three elements: vegetation, light and transparency, predominantly the use of apparent concretes, aluminum canceling with glass and tzalam wood lambrin. Stell grilles on the facade allow natural light and ventilation management according to the user's needs.