A wide central path leads through the woods to the entrance of the hall. The path continues into the building, acting a main street with the entrance desk, café, library and entrances to meeting rooms all arranged along it. The Hall is filled with programmatic boxes, some single, some double storied. A new roof of glass, like that of greenhouse, provides natural lighting throughout the hall. Programs which are more closed and private, such as kitchens, bathrooms, vertical circulation and meeting rooms are located on the ground floor of each box, while more open programs such as workspaces and informal meeting spaces can be placed around the boxes and on top of them. By creating a large panoramic window continuously around the hall, employees no longer feel like they are working on an industrial estate, but rather in a green, campus-like environment. The boxes are clad in wood, and where appropriate, can be covered in bookshelves to proudly display the collection of the publisher.