"An aircraft that has crashed into a building", is how many describe this scheme, although it also bears a striking resemblance to the moon bus in Stanley Kubrick's 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey! It is, in fact, a presentation centre for the Hefel Housing Company. The name Terminal V was chosen by the client, who sees the development as a departure point (hence the airport metaphor) to the "virtual" future. In the curved nose is a 3 x 10m panoramic screen on to which 2D and 3D computer generated visualisations are projected, in order to give clients a better understanding of building developments. The fuselage acts as the auditorium. Behind the presentation centre is a more conventional office extension that is linked by a red bridge to the company's original HQ next door but one. The skin of the craft is formed with silver GRP sandwich panels and the interior features a custom designed lighting installation by Zumtobel.