The houses in the village are externally paneled with larch – a naturally aging material which over time becomes soft-brown in color. Venetian Masters discovered the qualities of larch wood and used it for constructing the supporting pillars of Venetian houses. Resinous and resistant to moisture, larch more than three centuries holds unique Venetian houses above water. The special stone used for the external paneling contributes to the authentic architectural style. The facade and insulation systems are from Alsecco. The front doors are made out of solid wood, provided by the Slovenian company Jelobice. The roofs are Bramak.
The compositional solution is in conformity with the specific characteristics of the plot. The built-up area is located concentrically along the natural amphitheatre of the plot. The access to the houses is from the upper side, and the yard is located on the lower part – viewing the town of Sozopol and the sea. The landscape is in harmony with the specific architectural style, there are spacious green areas, blooming plants and elegant details.