The footprint of the building continues the existing urban structure, respects the historical Lennusadama building and creates an articulated public outdoor space for the city.
The first floor of the building is planned to be open and transparent, in contrast to the upper floors of the building, which are more massive and mainly in wood finish. The transparency of the first floor both from the side of the street and from the side of the sea and the promenade emphasizes the openness of the building and invites visitors.
The main load-bearing structure of the building is a system of timber beams and columns (block glued glulam). The overall stability of the building is provided by cross-laminated timber (CLT) panels, which are attached to the reinforced concrete cores at the corners of the buildings.