The main complex of the Centre is laid out with three wings, on the north, south and west, each designed to serve a separate function. While cultural programmes are open to the interested public in the south wing, the Centre offers residential facilities to members and their guests in the north wing. The Lounge, Dining hall, Private Dining Hall and Terrace Pergola are located on the west side, overlooking the Lodi gardens.

Main Building Plan

The main complex houses the C. D. Deshmukh Auditorium, two Conference Rooms, known as Conference Room I and Conference Room II. The Publication Division, the Library and the main administrative offices are also located in this complex. The other facilities here include 48 single rooms, 28 double rooms and two Fellows’ Flats.  Most residential rooms at the main complex open directly on to the lawns or the Lily Pond on the ground floor, and are provided with private verandahs on the first and second floors.

Kamaladevi Complex houses a Multipurpose Hall, three seminar rooms, known as Seminar Room I, Seminar Room II and Seminar Room III with sliding/folding partitions between each room so that they can be used as independent meeting rooms or as a single conference hall, and an Art Gallery

The Annexe houses two Lecture Halls known as Lecture Room I and Lecture Room II, two Committee Rooms known as Committee Room I and Committee Room  II, and an Art Gallery. It also has 16 double rooms.

Way to IIC Annexe

The residential and catering services are open to members and their guests. The Fountain Lawn, the Rose Garden, the Annexe Court and Terrace offer additional outdoor facilities for hosting lunches, dinners, high teas, book launches, etc.