The residence is an extravagant, three-floored complex. With the exception of the basement, the entire home is heavily adorned in Carja decorations and furnishings.
Three areas of the residence are accessible: the living room, which is located on the ground floor; the bedroom, on the second floor (and equipped with a makeshift attic); and the basement workshop. Access to the basement is controlled via a cellar door in the living room, locked with an Oseram vault and hidden by a large rug.
It was formerly the residence of Olin Delverson while he was staying in Meridian, funded by his connections in the Sun-Court. While there is a picture of Olin's family on the second floor, it is unclear whether Olin's wife or son took residence in the home prior to their abduction by the Eclipse.
Investigating Olin's involvement with the Eclipse, Erend and Aloy broke into the apartment to search for clues of Olin's whereabouts. Noticing a frayed corner on a rug, Aloy discovered the door to the basement. On the second floor, Aloy found a stack of metal bars, which she pushed down onto the hatch below to break it open. Venturing into the secret workshop, Aloy and Erend discovered information regarding Olin and the Eclipse, including his current location.
- #12 Olin's Journal
If Aloy inspects the apartment before sleeping, ending The Looming Shadow, the tapestry of Olin and his family and his journal, both of which she found in the apartment when she first inspected it in A Seeker at the Gates, will be absent. Presumably Olin took them with him back to The Claim after Collateral. Additionally, the Focus carrying Helis’ message and the map showing Eclipse dig sites will also be absent. Presumably Olin destroyed them before leaving.