The random aspect of the urban masterplan of the resort is, however, based on a rational geometrical pattern in plan. The circulation system is made of a ring-shaped street that allows vehicular access for maintenance and supplies.
The main street is designed as a shared platform for pedestrians and cars, so that its surface, partially covered by grass, is perfectly integrated into the landscape.
The secondary circulation system responds to a pattern of triangular diamond-shaped gardens on which the villas are inserted. These pedestrian paths adapt to the slope of the terrain and work as transition spaces, an interstitial network of paths connecting all the buildings in the complex.