In The Home its architect Ugis Zabers combined three building different by their architectural design, and thus created a united group. Each building is the contribution to a specific period of Jurmala architecture history. 
In comparison to other resorts, Jurmala always stands out for its selectness. Jurmala is proud of its unique wooden architecture, which creates an inimitable charm of the seaside town. A traditional seaside summer cottage is a refined house with a glazed terrace decorated with wooden lacy carving and stained-glass windows. It is remarkable for its elegant proportions, fine details and natural penetration with the environment. The appearance of the eastern part of the building is a modern reading of Jurmala architecture before 1900. 
The central part is designed in a contemporary, pronouncedly minimalistic style with simple geometric forms, openness and limitlessness. Entirely glassed walls make the boundary between the building interior and its environment rather relative – the local scenery becomes the part of the interior. Pines and the endless sky are reflected in the windows, and the building harmoniously blends with the landscape. 
The western part is remembrance of the architecture of 1920-1930; its spaces and décor reveal features of magnificent Art Deco. Masters of Art Deco often addressed to ethnic geometric patterns and expensive brand-new materials, in particular enamel and mosaic as to a decorative and really expressive art. Walls of the building are ornamented with frosted frontal mosaic with the pallet of amber and pine bark colors.  
The main entrance is of a special attention in The Home. A true house should have such entrance – the ceremonial one. The Home main entrance is unique carved wooden doors, hand-made according to sketches of the architect exclusively for this project. At the entrance the house residents and guests can see a design object – the stone with the house name carved on it. The flagged path leads to the main entrance across the landscaped courtyard.