Several vast and apparently insubstantial, although solid, sheets form broad roofs that mark the outlines of the building for this 8,300 sqm project which consists of a permeable ground level and six upper residential floors. A series of superimposed white concrete slabs penetrate from Marine Square through a forested core that links the Landscaped Parkway, Boardwalk, Resort area and seashore. The protruding slabs change in shape in response to embedded lateral gardens and terraces. They allow interiors of all the apartments to benefit from abundant natural light and sea views. The residences are designed as series of small private villas housed vertically between the floating white slabs. Layered, the building consists of flowing expanses of inhabitable concrete.