Two lots are being combined into a larger whole at the new Opera Square. After all, a square requires an urban texture. The lots are deep and open onto a quieter street in the back. The depth of the building requires a study of quality of life and light incidence. Incisions are being made to provide the living units with light and introduce a well-considered variation into the volume on the street sides. The articulation is stately and balanced. The building features stepped terraces on the upper floors, as a result of which different typologies and living forms are combined.