The two towers of the Four Gardens complex will be 49 storeys tall over a 6 storey podium with a 6 storey basement. The towers house flexible office spaces capable of division into small self-contained units and are linked by a 6 storey bridge housing restaurants. The podium contains a banking centre and shopping mall over basement parking.
The building overlooks a park redesigned by Ostick + Williams Architects set with a formal pattern of wide circular pedestrian streets and gently curving pathways passing under tall trees.
The towers are designed with a triangular plan and core with curved edges. The facade overlooking the park is made from diamond shaped modules reflecting the base structure of historic Islamic patterns. The facade facing the street is smooth and curved, sitting proud of the towers forming a gathering space at the main entrances and allowing the towers to appear in a unique way when viewed from around the city. The podium is faced with locally sourced stone with a wide glass facade allowing views from public areas through to the park.