The interior design was inspired by the surrounding magnificent nature of Lapland and the four seasons. The teaching facilities consist of five learning cells aimed at different age groups, as well as a separate cell for artistic and practical subjects, which was designed with its own recognisable, nature-inspired colour theme. A touch of warmth was added to the main lobby, auditorium and gym wall surfaces with wooden cladding. The grey main colour of the floor surfaces forms a uniform path from one space to another. The floors of the teaching facilities for natural sciences and artistic and practical subjects feature accent colours.
In the classrooms, all material and supplies storage was grouped to one wall, so that the rest of the furniture in the room could be moved around flexibly. A set of whiteboards with included storage space for teaching materials and various compartments was designed for the rooms. The adaptability of the premises was taken into account in the design of the furniture.
The signs feature common northern animals and insects. Each space was assigned its own animal, which appears in window decals and whose natural-sized footprints lead towards that space or learning cell. This means pupils learn to identify the common animal species of their environment and their footprints.