The search for renewed order, an optimum and rigorous logistical organization, is a second strand in Borren Staalenhoef's method of working and helps to explain why the architects sometimes refer to their plans as production landscapes. The term does not necessarily relate to a particular type of building or to a particular level of scale. The most literal example of a production landscape is a commercial building at the Papendorp motorway interchange near Utrecht. Around the building (part of a suite of four), a new landscape has been laid out in an effort to redefine the term 'business park'. Parking has been hidden below a luxuriantly planted deck so that the offices look out over the greenery, a work climate that is conducive to productivity.