The location of building on the site creates zones for improvement of public services and planting of greenery around the campus. During design development, pedestrian walkways to the sea shore and fire aisles were required.
As a result, the design was split into two variants: eight 3 storey houses with identical plans were placed symmetrically; and detached building with public and staff parking on ground level, pool and gym extended along the coast.
The 1st variant was designed with two three-point blocks and two single-point blocks of low-rise flatted buildings. All dwellings share a single stair; on each storey were designed two single room flats with WC on inner hall.
In all houses of more than one storey, the plan is influenced by the position and design of the stair. The stair and its location tend to affect the constructional system to be employed: in repetitive house design, this is often the most important single standardising component.
Also, in medium-rise development, open corridors and sheltered balconies giving access to small flats over larger dwellings can accommodate a wide variety of household sizes at high densities.
The 2nd variant was designed as budget three-storey hotel with 40 standard guest rooms on two upper levels. The main entrance should allow to enter from seashore pedestrian walkway and also from car parking is located on low level. On the right and left sides of the building are placed gym, pool and technical areas.