The following is from "The Lewis Man" by Peter May.
The Solas daycare centre was to be found on the northeastern outskirts of Stornoway in Westview Terrace, a modern, single-storey building angled around car parks front and back. It stood next door to the council-run Dun Eisdean residential care home for the elderly, surrounded by trees and neatly manicured lawns.
I've looked up the dictionary for "angle" but still can't figure out "angled around." I know there are parking lots front and back of this single-storey building but their detailed arrangement is lost on me. Is it something to do with 'in a different direction'?