The interior is developed and adapted to a collective housing for three persons. Fixed furniture has been specifically designed for the house with focus on function, but also aesthetics. The idea of the fixtures and fittings are for instance to make it easier for people when moving, avoiding chaos and keeping a clean space.
The construction of the house consists of a frame of cross-laminated wood (CLT). This has been highlighted by having untreated wooden walls in the building's interior. The idea is to create a good indoor environment but also give the house a warm, Scandinavian feeling.
Because of the solid wooden walls, it is not possible to wire electricity inside them. Instead we used ventilation pipes to wire all electricity and ceiling lights, and at the same time make them stand out as a design feature instead of hiding them. The lights in the ceilings and the kitchen cabinets are controlled by remote controls that can regulate colour temperature and brightness.