By shaping the building in a faceted and angled way, the workplace areas provide a variety of views and spatial contexts for permanent as well as "touch down" temporary workstations.
The building is adapted to the surroundings by tapering the height down towards the smaller surrounding houses and Carl Jacobsen's Villa, and by embracing the historic gardens of the villa and forming a gateway to the district.
The façades consist of large glass sections that are rhythmically divided by vertical slats covered with recycled copper. The copper leads the mind back to the old brewery tanks and refers to the many beautiful copper details on the historic buildings of the district.
The building is low energy, sustainable construction with an emphasis on good indoor climate, featuring durable natural materials such as recycled copper and bamboo, solar cells, water saving fixtures, and heat recovery ventilation.