It is constructed of white concrete with imprints of wooden planks, giving construction a stamp of antiquity. White concrete lines also divide the rooms, all of which have glass walls opening the view of the Adriatic Sea.
The most important spatial feature of the project is making the border between interior and exterior relative: exterior surfaces enter the buildings’ interior and interior surfaces come out. Frames of Mediterranean landscape thus become a part of the interior and wooden linings used in the interior, fittings and lights become a part of the exterior. Such spatial concept especially matches with Mediterranean climate and leisure.
Concrete is the leitmotif connecting all facilities in the resort.
Villas and Yacht Club present a raw concrete exterior, which refers to the traditional, old way of construction of houses in Dalmatia, affirming authentic culture. Each villa is different, asymmetric, and when looked at from the marina, it seems they are coming out of the rock. With this concept architect Nikola Bašić redefined the expected paradigm of luxury, offering another way of beauty.
Concept of interior design is based on the contrast between rough concrete construction of the resort and light material, primarily wood. The idea was to make the furniture float, which is why ward-robes, commodes and nightstands in the rooms and suites for example are lifted off the floor, while shelves in the lobby were set on metal bars.
Similar interior design themes, details, colors and materials are used in seven architectonically differently shaped buildings of D-Resort - hotel, yacht club, cocktail bar, kids club and three villas, in order to make one story.