The plan is laid out along the shoreline, offering fantastic views from all rooms. The main areas; entrance, kitchen/dining room, living room and master bedroom along with the protected central terrace all have a ceiling height stretching from 3,5 to more than 5,5 meters. A wooden box is set partly within this structure, housing two additional bedrooms and the main bathroom with sauna. The box is clad entirely in knotfree naturally treated oak and also provides a loft with additional space for sleeping or just relaxing, making the total potential sleeping capacity easily 12 people or more. The master bedroom has a private bathroom with direct access to the south terrace.
The kitchen and dining room area is placed at the north end of the structure with unobstructed views west and towards the endless horizon over the seas to the north. The terrace separates the kitchen/dining room from the living room. The living room along with the rest of the building is slightly withdrawn creating a protective porch and a protected outdoor connection between the central terrace facing the afternoon sun in the west and the south terrace. The main bathroom with a freestanding bathtub just inside the panoramic glass façade and the sauna on the other side is positioned close to the living room and entrance. The two bedrooms each have their own private entrance to the porch and provide private and spacious retreats for guests in a queen size bed or children in a bunk bed. Above these rooms the loft has free height of upto 3 meters and is laid out as separate alcoves either for additional sleeping space or a playroom for the kids.
At the south end of the structure the main bedroom is withdrawn from the south terrace – also partly protected by the overhanging wall/roof structure. The main bedroom offers panoramic views and a private exit to the terrace outside. A private bathroom with a spacious double shower is set as backrest to the master bed.