Designed for a building competition to restore existing buildings and design a new one on the Aarhus University campus, Danish architecture firm CEBRA has popped up with a botanical garden that promises an expansive area of flora and fauna at the university campus. Known as “Vaeksthuset,” the botanical garden offers a natural habitat for the students at the center of the campus. Spreading in 29,600 sq. ft. area, the Vaeksthuset accommodates a large dome, a facilities complex with some office space, cafes and more greenery. The campus also features an uncovered outdoor garden, which is partially covered with a long glass corridor connected to the facility greenhouse. Moreover, there is a series of round pods, motivated by natural forms, within the building.