The project takes into consideration the hilly slope, exploiting the orography of the land by arranging the building on three levels.
In fact, for each semi-detached house there is a basement divided between the two residential units, while on the upper floors, ground and first, the housing units occupy only one level each.
The building is articulated in such a way as to avoid the intensive occupation of the lot, in order to enhance the panoramic context that surrounds it and for this reason, in fact, it is arranged transversely to the contour lines. The roofs are hipped, while it is flat for the stair block.
Access to the inside of the lot for each two-family house is via a driveway and two pedestrian walkways, one for each housing unit. The building will be accessed via two stairways. Walls covered in stone will be built in the area in front of the building, along with a planting of various floral and tree species. Various plants will also be planted for the remaining part of the lot.