The project is located on the edge of Borgo San Leonardo, near Bergamo city centre. The site was originally occupied by a series of buildings built in the 1970s following the demolition of the original nucleus dating 1910-12. An important feature is the public Locatelli Park along Via Diaz, to the immediate south of the project area. The park has recently been restructured and completed with a pavilion that contains a play facility for children. The project calls for about 120 residential units in 18,400 m2 of space, organized in five new buildings with a maximum height of 7 above-ground levels; another 1300 m2 of space for offices has been created in the historic building on Via Mazzini. The residential typology features a divided courtyard, set back from the edge of the street, which is redesigned to reinforce the presence of the park with a row of trees. The courtyard with the urban villas, at the base of the buildings, alternates green areas and a plaza, private gardens and paths, in a design with different levels and profiles. The rise in Via Nullo permits staggering of the sections of the buildings, for added privacy. The building typology includes balconies and terraces, facades penetrated by spaces to gain shade, and made more complex by the faceting of the volumes, conveying the idea of a construction of the architecture over itself. The volumes reformulate a compact urban fabric, attempting to achieve a natural figure, far from a simple, imposed geometric order.