The word "aalto" in Finnish means "wave", which emphasizes the smooth graceful curve of the building. The architectural concept of the complex combines the best traditions of Scandinavian functionalism and business-class housing standards.
The apartment building with a variable number of floors is located on an elongated site. The different heights of the sections are due to insolation calculations, and the shape of the building is intentionally curved.
This method was able to solve three problems at once: the building looks dynamic, the long facade is not perceived as an endless wall and because of the curvature of the building on the site is a wide space for placing playgrounds and guest parking.
The white metal cassette and clinker tile facades match the surrounding development, which consists mostly of white panel and brick houses.
Two materials are used on the long fronts, and only white metal is used on the end fronts.
The end facade of the 8-floor section is formed by loggias protruding from each other. This is the only facade that faces the main street, so it was decided to highlight it from the others with active plastic loggias.