MCBA is a build commissioned by Ogilvy in New York and its purpose was to tell a story: the story of technological and computational development. The construction is divided into three separate structures, each with a unique design that pieced together, resemble a university campus. The styles were influenced by some of the most recognizable structures of the 20th and 21st centuries, built by well-known architects such IM Pei and Mies van der Rohe. The floating, revolving glass pyramid at the entry and the park with a proudly positioned replica of a computer chip in its center are by far the most remarkable aspects of the construction. Alongside its impressive features, the build also features a server room, classrooms, a library, and a full-sized amphitheatre for hosting events.