From the garden, the house rises with two parallel gables in which large windows connect the interior spaces of the house with the outdoor environment and offer a spectacular view of Oresund.
The building is divided into two wings: The long main wing in east-west direction comprises the entrance hall, children’s rooms, offices and a guest residence, while the 1½-storey transverse wing to the east houses the living rooms and kitchen. A low garage building towards the road shields the inner courtyard from prying eyes and noise.
The terraces are covered with so-called blue granite from the Danish island of Bornholm, which also covers several surfaces inside the house. All woodwork is Danish oak wood.