Wink wink.. ;-) ;-)
Form follows function you know. The hole in the middle is where they plug the InterWeb InterConnector in.
The main circular building is hard drive storage containing immense, and the word does not do it justice, platters.
External to the building the 'fields of black' are SSD arrays where 'interesting' data flagged for rapid analysis is transferred.
The major one, top left, is located close the the 'new build' homes where spook/plod gets to analyse this data whilst looking like they are 'general public' types.
It's a bit of a give away because you can see that along that section there are no 'security fences'. Elsewhere they are in place to prevent the 'real public' from getting free Wi-Fi.
The secondary one, bottom right, is located next to what is cunningly disguised as the site security gates.
That is until you realise that the 'connection' gives 4 ethernet ports, 6 USB, serial, parallel, mouse, keyboard, VGA and audio for connection to the home secretaries new computer in an articulated lorry. Drive up, plug in, see what your 'partner' has been doing.
The top right SSD is still under construction. Well, it's not really. That's just where they are storing the stuff recovered from what has been lost elsewhere.
Just to give some idea of scale the 'yellow' blob is one of these...
This photograph of NewGCHQ was taken on a day when initial system tests were being done to determine the possibility of real time interception and blocking/obfuscation.
Here you can see 'public' traffic, bottom left, being queued on it's, soon to be even slower, ADSL connection for processing by 'Data Centre One'.
Might have to work on the prioritisation algorithms... It's not very 'White Van Man', that might be P2P traffic, friendly at the moment.
On the central building we also get to see a real time security exercise operation in... operation.
To the bottom left of the main 'hard drive' data storage ring GCHQ personnel are busy filling in some security holes. Meanwhile bottom right of the ring the Haxorz are digging some new ones.
No need to be afraid though.
I haven't revealed where the 3.5mm jack is and did not mention 'Building No 2'.
Good job I have signed the 'Official Secrets End User Licence Agreement Act'.