thanks. the gardens were really well done - the sloping ground planes and corten retaining walls worked with landscape...so although the architecture is strong, it plays a supporting role.
the larger research building at the high point of the site, with its' relentless rhythm, plays well off the whimsical entrance pavillion. Also, the itinerary through the place - a series of gardens climbing a hill - allowed you to get a variety of views to the 2 buildings (one at the top of the site and one at the bottom). You actually never get a full view of the entrance/exit pavillion until you've reached the top of the hill and begin descending back toward it.
...We were equally impressed with the overall scheme, and each of the pieces within.