The bicycle hotel is aimed at commuters and connects two levels of traffic.
Bicycle hotels are primarily meant to encourage commuters to transfer to bicycles and public transport, but this one at Asker station is also open to general cyclists. The two-storey form mediates between the square and the adjacent office building. The top level, accessible by ramp is free and open to all, while the bottom level is controlled-access and only available by subscription. It also has simple bicycle maintenance facilities. The façade is made up of anodised aluminium sheets, with a pattern derived from ash bark – a reference to the municipal emblem.