The top of the hill is kept as open as possible. Trees provide shadow and shelter for benches and tables. The surrounding houses are kept low so the view from the park is unobstructed. Steps connect the park to its surroundings; there are raised areas with broad borders to sit on, like amphitheatres. Natural stone is to be used in different areas of the park and the steps.
The different kinds of stone match the colour of the new convent structures, thus blending the buildings in with the park. Most of the housing is positioned on the slopes to the south, the residents benefit from the view and the sun. The housing is composed of small units, allowing owners to construct in phases.
The irregular placement due to variations in heights and views creates an intriguing maze of streets and piazza’s. Different volumes create different typologies of housing: social, private, student. They are to be clad with different types of natural stone from Italy, creating abstract volumes – a different type of stone for every building, forming a rich collection. The southern slope transforms into a new neighbourhood.