The pavilion consists of a series of wooden laminated beams stacked crosswise on top of each other. This visible construction contributes optimally to the functionality in the height of the design. The upper series of beams in the north-south direction shape the higher part of the workshop so that work can be done at sufficient height. These beams then go outwards to create the required underpass for the gas station. The lower series of beams in the east-west direction link the three different program components together in one volume: lobby, workshop, and laundry boxes.
By making a number of openings at various places in the façade, good permanent daylight is ensured. This creates a compact building form that fits within the urban development pattern in the area while respecting the important east-west views.