The building is located on a highly visible and representative site next to Old Town where numerous streets, pathways and view corridors intersect.
The architectural form of the building follows the cityscape, architectural language, rhythm and overall material handling of surroundings. The side facing Pärnu mnt is more perimetral and is terraced from
6th to 8th floor to preserve the 5 floor linearity of the street. A spatial 8-storey accent is created on the north border of the site where it is most visible. It indicates the curve of the linear
Pärnu mnt as a landmark and is most observable along the street.
The facades facing Pärnu mnt are mainly covered with dark brick and terracotta plaster, however the volumes facing Süda street are more divided and covered with wood and natural
limestone plates. The 8-storey building volume with its metal surface refers to exlusivity and modernity.
An important and outstanding spatial form facing historically valuable ginkgo tree includes 2-storey console that towers over the historical aqueduct and the public space surrounding it.