The master plan takes advantage of its Mountains-to-the Sea, North-South Axis orientation and draws inspiration from the site which is divided by a river that runs from the mountains to the sea. It establishes a clear hierarchy of building types to accommodate office, assembly, R&D, light production and employee residences.
The heart of the campus is the Central Garden, protected from the urban edge of the site and referencing the tradition of cloisters that is at the heart of long-established places of learning. Outdoor communal spaces encourage people to circulate, naturally gather and engage in conversation. Beneath a circular bridge that unites the West and East halves of the campus, a nature reserve is open to the public, schools and colleges, to visit and explore nature, the source of all scientific and technological study.