The project of the new building, comprising four floors above ground, envisaged premises for commercial activities on the ground floor and six apartments, two per floor, on the three upper floors, plus a basement dedicated to garages. The shape of the ground floor, within the floor area at disposal, stems essentially from the condition of the places involved. The two wings with crowning arc terminal placed on either side of Via Buccari act as elevation connecting elements with other existing buildings on the street façade, while the main building, with four floors above ground, takes on a more autonomous connotation. The building will be built on a reinforced-concrete frame. On the internal and external fronts, traditional shapes and materials have been envisaged: Lecce stone for the raised parts and light marmorino plaster for the flat backgrounds, terminal crowning cornice in Lecce stone, iron railings made up of simple vertical elements, light natural wood outside window frames.