The interior of Green Hall 2 reflects the philosophy of the business centre. Naturalness and functionality are joined together to create an environment that would be suitable for work and creativity. The interior is dominated by natural materials: wood which provides warmth, stone elements which emit calmness, and glass constructions which provide the interior with a sense of lightness. Plants, water and other elements of nature that organically blend into the building's interior help relax, clear one's thoughts and concentrate on a new creative process. The main space of the building is formed across three floors, where structures and spaces intertwine.
Green Hall 2 architectural expression was determined by the aim to harmoniously integrate into the urban environment, as well as the twists and turns of nature. Neris river loop near the building and its elongated land plot dictated the dynamically flexible, horizontal shape of the building, which plastically outlines the river loop. An exceptional building was created by combining technologically efficient engineering solutions and expressive sculptural form – a building that does not overshadow the space around it and does not dominate the environment with its height. Instead, it gives new value to the modern architecture of Vilnius.
Creativity does not like consistency, therefore Green Hall 2 business centre has comfortable work zones enabling employees to work individually or with their colleagues. There are also cosy recreational islands for those who want to rest. During the warm season, those who want to change their office environment may do so in the green square installed near the business centre, as well as a special recreational space along Neris quay, where employees can work and enjoy the panorama of Neris river loop. Work productivity is ensured by high-speed wireless internet which covers the outdoor zones.
Green Hall 2 business centre achieves its efficiency by preserving nature and taking what is best from it. An architectural solution and particularly transparent glass ensure more natural light. The building uses geothermal heating that provides as much as 80 percent of energy necessary for heating and leaves minimal traces of CO2. The building's double-skin facade reduces the demand for thermal energy. Those who use electric cars will be able to rapidly charge them in the parking lots of the business centre, and those who travel to work on bicycles can use showers and changing rooms. Ecology lies even in the smallest details of the Green Hall 2 construction. When manufacturing window systems, environmentally-friendly castor oil-based insulators were used as an alternative for petroleum-based polymers.