Classic Danish brick is the predominant material of the building’s inner and outer walls. From afar, the building’s surface seems orderly, but upon closer inspection, the different shapes and slightly irregular staggering of the bricks’ depth reveals a lively, organic surface. The brickwork incorporates fifteen different tones of unglazed brick; additional colours of glazed bricks are integrated into the carved-out sections to produce colour fades – green from the bottom and blue from the top – that reflect the water and sky. Every corner, niche, and arc required an individual brick-laying solution. Each brick was specially fit into the complex curvature of the concrete walls.