"Pavilion up above pasture land" - On the edge of the village of Asten, in the North Brabant Peel, TGM is building a new office and commercial complex on the site of a yet-to-be-developed high-grade business park. The site of TGM's new building - pasture land with wooded banks - forms the representative entrance to the terrain which lies beyond and is named after the former milk factory. Because of its location it forms the transition between the village and surrounding area and, therefore, also the transition between the small-scale buildings of the village and the large-scale development of the business park. The current characteristic pasture landscape with its wooded banks defines the image of the new building's architecture. The new two-storey office and business complex is designed as a transparent pavilion which, because it is somewhat raised up above the countryside, appears to float. The reed-fringed ditch surrounds the building, firmly embedding it in the location.