The housing development stands on the northern slope of Penha Hill. The main concern was to safeguard the panoramic view from Penha over the Inner Harbour.
For the first time in Macau, a terraced typology was used for these houses framed by towers and individual units, aimed at the medium/high layer of the market. This solution allowed the harbor view to be kept as well as the morphology of the land, with volumes that respect the slope contour and the landscape as they affect a transition between the different extant urban situations.
The occupation was structured according to careful use of typologies that neither clash with the site’s features, nor with the characteristics of the surrounding urban fabric.