The master plan is divided into five districts characterised by the type of urban fabric: consolidated centre, low-density residential area, financial district, urban park and high-density residential area.
The western part of the master plan is bordering the consolidated urban fabric near the river. At the top of the hills a business centre is proposed, connected to the residential area by a bridge across the green belt of the valley.
The visualisation shows the master plan applied to the topography of the terrain. The colours indicate the land use, which makes it possible to appreciate the relationship between the infrastructure and the slope.
The land use map shows the different districts and their urban fabric. It distinguishes residential areas, offices, recreational areas, financial centres, public and commercial buildings, among others.
The building complex comprises a residential area and a set of office towers on a podium for commercial use. The landscape design adopts a fluid, organic language that contrasts with the orthogonal composition of the buildings.
The general layout of the resort is determined by the orography of the land. There is a primary road system that allows vehicle access, through which pedestrian access is then provided to the different groups of homes within the triangular gardens.