The new office facilities for global wind turbine company Vestas have been completed in 2011. This project will be first building in Northern Europe to obtain the exclusive LEED certification category platinum. Only approximately 150 commercial buildings in the world have obtained the American LEED certificate in the platinum category. According to the Danish building code the Vestas offices will be a low-energy class 1 building. House of Vestas is fitted with Denmark's largest geo thermal installation and uses approximately 50% less energy than an average conventional office building.
Architecturally, House of Vestas contains a range of diverse office and working places. The atrium is the arrival zone and the central gathering place to which all the other functions relate. In the big open atrium two large stone volumes are placed, which function as meeting centres for the entire building.