On the outskirts of the Danish city of Velje, has built the first building of a small business park, its amazing coating ensures a different view of it depending on time of day and from where you look. The building has been done by C.F. Moller and is characterized by its unusual facade made with 13 panels placed at random, whose geometry has changed thanks to the path of diagonal lines that make the front to change in appearance throughout the day thanks to a magnificent play of light and shadows. The panels are made of aluminum and contain a special pigment that allows them to capture the natural light, changing color depending on time of day and the viewing angle of the building.
The interior has been designed as an open and flexible, with a large central atrium that divides the building into two wings. The two wings are connected by walkways. Inside abundant white combined with bright colors like yellow, green or clear inheritance of contemporary architecture in northern Europe.