The facades of the east block are defined by a vertical framework of pronounced ribs in white aluminium form panels, articulated by bronze-coloured aluminium window frames and panels. The vertical elements give the facade a rich three-dimensional appearance. Glazed winter gardens are combined with fences, creating French balconies and subtly hiding the ventilation for the airco-unit, which is placed on the loggia.
The plinths are designed differently. They have a bigger floor height, opening up more to the surroundings. Various public functions can be housed here. The golden colour of the spires reverberates in the colonnades, the shop windows and the carefully designed entrances to the housing complexes. Natural stone cladding supplements the golden facade elements on the blank sections of the plinth, both on the outer facades, and in the courtyards.