From the outside, the residence seems to consist of multiple blocks, with the ‘entrance block’ drawing the most attention. In fact, with a height of almost 6 meters, you can even spot the entrance pivot door from the street. But on the inside, the spaces are large, light, and open.
The used materials contribute to the open, light atmosphere. You can find timber, for example, in the floating staircase, but there is also lots of bare concrete and large surfaces of light grey in various materials. Glass skylights let in daylight and show the unique structure and build-up of the home from various levels. This creates a dramatic effect, especially in the entrance hall, where a three-story void is generated between the entry platform and the adjacent off-shutter concrete wall.