Koggens Gränd is part of the Fullriggaren district, sitting on a south-facing site with an adjacent park. Each apartment is unique, due to the adoption of an unconventional design language where small villas stacked on top of each other. A distinct framework of white concrete defines each apartment, where varying storey heights give each one a unique exterior within a coherent whole. The apartment layouts offer full flexibility, the bathrooms being the only fixed element; owners can alter plan arrangements and even create mezzanine levels within some of the apartments. Large balconies in the form of French windows allow for maximum levels of daylight.
The apartments are spacious with internal ceilings between 2.7 and 4.4 metres high. The careful choice and use of materials give a warmth and detail to the façade. Balcony ceilings and façades are clad in untreated Siberian larch that weathered over time, while other façades are fair-faced white concrete. Filigree metal screens, profiled concrete surfaces and timber panelling further enrich the textured façades. The steel gates in different patterns, created by using parametric design, is one of many carefully thought-out details of the building.