A dynamically shaped park emerges as a result of the space between the squares outer boundaries and the undulating outline of the CEA village.
The village consists of horse shoe shaped buildings organized around the central atrium. “Streets” and bridges connects the buildings like in a village with a central plaza, roads and lanes. The atriums constitute the central “living rooms” of the company, where people meet and socialize.
The main atrium is split in two by the main road. The major internal communication routes circles around and connects the two sides via bridges. The wings of the buildings spread out in the shape of a star. This provides short and efficient communication routes.
Most villages have a monumental building placed in the midst of a plaza. The CEA village has a tower in each of the two atriums that complements each other and binds the village together. Both towers have meeting centers while the north tower also has a corporate management club on the top floors.
To bring light, air and sight-lines into the village the shape of the buildings slopes into the centre.