The Merville complex lies in a 50,000 m2 pine forest divided in two by Viale Oriente: the area on the sea front covers 28,000 m2 and contains buildings and private gardens whereas the other area covering 22,000 m2 is a public park.
The architectural and landscape project have been assigned to the architects, Gonçalo Byrne and Joao Ferriera Nunes, who are both Portuguese. The development plan includes a 25-storey glass paneled tower block with 83 residential units, 3 4-storey buildings with a total of 60 apartments, a business area on Viale Oriente, an underground car park for 225 cars and 143 basements, 3 swimming pools including one heated, one with water features, saunas, showers, changing rooms, a relaxation area and a condo-minium gym.
|25-storey glass paneled tower block||83 residential units|
|Three 4-storey buildings||60 apartments|
|Underground car park||255 parking places|
|Other objects||3 swimming pools, saunas, showers, changing rooms, relaxation area, condo-minimum gym|