Fletcher Priest Architects has unleashed a 'reign of terra' in Newbury, Berkshire, for its controversial hq for Vodafone. The eight offices around a lake in a shallow greenfield valley will be faced in terracotta, glass and cedar. The 52,000m2 complex will be linked by tented canopies and a glass bridge. It will include cafes and a jogging track, and in total will cost around £120 million. The 3400-staff design, blasted by the Council for the Protection of Rural England, was approved last week. Work is due to finish in 2003.