The facade is clad in wood, in the form of a material with natural variations in texture and colour, making its composition classic, yet modern.
The roof is covered by plants and other vegetation, which provides a habitat for butterflies and other insects and thus underscore the building's green contribution to the area.
The roof is also fitted with solar panels, and the flats have many light openings and tall ceilings, as well as a signature wall in wood that gives each one a unique character. All flats have a French balcony, the flats facing the courtyard have large south-facing balconies, and the flats on the top floors have terraces extending across the full length of the facade.
The ground floor has room for a café at one end of the sloping plot, and underneath the building is a garage. Wood is introduced as a new material for the district, in which Flora strengthens the street and defines the intersection.