The tower and the block with access gallery are oriented to an important traffic connection in Rotterdam Zuid. The other houses are located on one existing and two new residential streets. Here block S is adjacent to the park. Due to the adjacent dike, the ground level in the residential streets is 1.8 meters higher than at the corner of the ensemble. The tower has 15 floors with a weave pattern in the entire façade, making it a height accent in the larger area.
In the middle of the universally oriented block, sheltered from the street, there is a court with private gardens and a communal garden where the residents can meet. There is also a two-storey, semi-recessed parking facility with an open deck with an overgrown pergola. The plinth of the gallery block provides space for a social use, a hospitality facility and other communal functions.
The outer facade is made of one expressive brick. The stone is incorporated horizontally and vertically in a braid pattern and gives the tower a universal, moving skin. The rising ground level and variations in façade image and roof edge heights provide the façade with a characteristic articulation. In addition to ensuring a smooth cohesion, the round, closed corners refer to the beveled corners that are often used in the area. These corners bind the volume together as do the continuous façade tapes and eaves.