The proposed building is developed along with the AD-1 parcel, aligning mainly with Morgan Street. It is an elongated piece whose height varies depending on the buildings it leaves behind, rising when it is not between them and the estuary and descending when it passes in front of them. Thus, there are two high zones (PB + 4) and two low ones (PB + 1). One of these high areas, the central one, takes place in front of the space between the two neighbouring buildings, taking advantage of the void and the widening of the plot at that height to rise perpendicular to them, and causing the characteristic break or "Z" of the plant.
The typology is of gallery dwellings. The gallery, open, faces Morgan Street. The houses -both those with two bedrooms and those with one- have been designed so that their main piece, the living-dining room-kitchen, is an intern. Parallel to this main room are the bedrooms and the bathroom, which are accessed from a minimal distributor. The master bedroom and the living room are joined by a continuous terrace that opens onto the promenade and the estuary, providing all the homes with spectacular views and a convenient southwest or southeast orientation, depending on the case. There is a space before the house, separated from the gallery by a metal lattice, as a hall. This space, which is also accessed from the kitchen, serves as a clothesline, which in turn is separated from the hall by another lattice.
This configuration of the houses gives rise to two different facades: the one facing the street, facing northwest and northeast, more closed and through which the galleries run, and the one facing the estuary, facing southwest and southeast, glazed and terraced and protected from sunlight in summer thanks to its white awnings that give it movement.
A facade made of prefabricated architectural concrete or GRC panels has been proposed, which allows, by being fixed to the building employing a metallic substructure, wrapping the structure and thus avoiding, as far as possible, thermal bridges. The south façade has the largest openings, more glazing than the north, with smaller gaps to guarantee good thermal behavior and greater privacy. The distinctive note of the building is provided by the awnings on the southeast and southwest facades, which provide great variability and movement to the façade and guarantee optimal seasonal thermal behavior, letting the low winter sun enter the bottom of the house and blocking it in summer.