The architects have found inspiration in the classic bathing jetty and have based on that created a harbour bath with four “fingers” with various functions – the Langelinie bridge, the Childrens’ bridge, the Diving bridge and the Boat and kayak bridge.
As something new in Denmark, the swimming pool next to the bath facilities stepped into character as an actual support point for ocean sports practitioners as e.g. kayakers and divers. On land, there are storage facilities and storage of among other things kayaks as well as the possibility of staying in a partially heated drop-in centre. At the drop-in centre, there is a workshop, kitchen facilities, changing rooms and a kayak hotel. The drop-in centre is accessibly for tourists, the self-organised and active individuals in sports clubs.
The total area is 2,200 m². The heated drop-in centre on land is 125 m². In addition to this comes an unheated drop-in centre of 80 m² and an additional 120 m² storage area. The sauna and the changing rooms occupy 40 m².