The focal point of this master plan is the island created on the eastern part of the site. It provides a peaceful environment for the community that is living on the garden city of Marghera, that has been expanded on the west side of the site to mediate between the low rise buildings and the high rise towers.
The two tall buildings are facing the island on the lower levels to benefit from the view and provide direct access to the park. As they continue higher, the east and west facades turn clockwise, in order to benefit from the view of the lagoon that is visible from a certain height. The rotation is not intended as a matter of fashion, but rather as a response to the site geometry.