Becton Dickinson, which Brad photographed way back in the spring of 2008, has just recently been featured in Landscape World, a Korean Design magazine. The article covers the way that RMJM Hillier was able to solve the company’s problem of having two separated buildings that house R&D and Business Administration; the separation of which created two entirely separate corporate cultures. To unite both parts of the company the architects decided to create a large, mostly subterranean, cafeteria and commons facility. By placing the building predominately underground they were also able to preserve one of the defining features of the campus, the great lawn that spans the space between the two existing facilities.