The architecture is significant with a characteristic gable motif, where different roof pitches create a special dynamic. The long side of the house has a steep roof pitch, which creates a cathedral-like atmosphere inside the hall. From the outside, the house is friendly and welcoming with classic, reddish brick surfaces that create a dynamic expression. Inside, the red bricks interplay with white brick surfaces. Poetic light and moods are a decisive theme in the parish community centre, which is logically structured around a large foyer that creates a connection to all the building’s many rooms.
“We have experienced a very personal guidance with a very creative and listening approach […] The joy is being able to see a result arise, and it is rewarding to be able to get a collaboration going between professional advisers and council members.”
– Chairman of St. Olai parish councilor Kurt Madsen.