When entering the atrium of Orifarm, one is met by an impressive art installation unfolding a story around the very topics the pharmaceutical company deals with. Gazing back to the Greek civilization and the roots of medical arts, the installation alternates in between abstract and naturalistic form. The installation consists of a 4x8 m bronze relief mounted to the ceiling, soaring over a 4x8 m glass piece. From the top of the relief water runs down both relief and glas piece. Mirrored and attached to the glass piece are two statue groups depicting the greek myth of the sculptor Pygmalion and his loved Galatea, an ivory statue representing his ideal of womanhood. In the centre of the atrium oversized bronze pills serve as chairs and benches, and opposite the bronze relief a huge painting of 8x8 m in colour mirrors the bronze relief.