An enclosed circular space is open to the water of the fjord, onto which a powerful spotlight shines down from the ceiling. Through the reflections of the waves in the water surface, the light sheds a constantly changing, sparkling pattern on the concrete floor of the room - a constant changeable drawing formed by the dynamic interaction between light, water and wind.
During the day it may be the sun's rays that reflect the light on the ceiling of the room. These are two of four rooms on the ground floor that are flooded by the fjord water. It is perhaps the most radical approach that Olafur Eliasson has used to emphasize the building's direct relationship with its surroundings.