Victoria is a colonial town with a rectangular grid structure. The property is L-shaped with an Italian neoclassical façade onto a square and a service entrance on the other side of the L. Only the part facing the square and a small tower inside were conserved. The extension wishes to form a whole with the restored parts. The central courtyard is the main space of the house and all the rooms are built around it. From the entrance the entire ground floor is discovered in a promenade through interconnecting rooms. At the end one enters the swimming pool and spa quarters, a bit apart from the rest of the household. All the bedrooms are on the first floor. The promenade continues onto roof terraces from where one has views of the town and can look back onto the patio. Local materials and construction techniques were used throughout with the exception of the sliding windows which are of foreign fabrication but assembled by a local company on site. Walls and ceilings are finished in white coating and floors are covered in stone, which is also used extensively in the spa quarters.