Like all other elegant buildings in the city, The High Court building also exhibits the architectural excellence of the celebrated architect Le Corbusier. An outstanding structure, its double roof is designed like an upturned umbrella, which shades the entire edifice. The grand foyer of this imposing formation is set in between the main courtroom and eight other minor courts. The building is tinted with dazzling shades that makes a glittering appearance to the whole structure.
The flipside of the entrance hall is reserved exclusively for the judges. Each courtroom is provided with separate entrance. Another significant feature of this stunning complex is its vast parking which is large enough to occupy the vehicle of the judges, advocates and the litigants. Whatever space is left behind is garnished with beautiful plant verities of ornate plants and other shrubs. Altogether this court complex displays a flamboyant look, which throngs the visitors tremendously.