The building plan was designed starting from an existing building whose edge was the origin of the 70 meter long square forming the shape of the entire grounds.
The two floor basement surrounds the block and defines the road alignments; moreover it contains service facilities (shops on the ground floor and offices on the first floor) and its external face is characterized by ‘Carparo’ stones. From the second to the sixth floor, for 2/3 of the length of the fronts, there is the section of the building for housing marked by large and regular lodges. The building ends with a top floor backward.
On the North-west corner, a tower of offices rises from the base. Its plant is octagonal and it is on four levels and is squared for the last two levels. The basement part interposed between the residential and tertiary buildings, initially aimed at hosting a private art collection, is now home of a major company. In the basement there are parking lots and garages.