The design has most definitely focused on integrating the structure and interior architecture, where forms are dictated by functions and the compound materials used are truly state of the art. The interiors are simple but practical: from the area amidships, they offer the possibility to create an open space, which is useful for racing, by means of convertible, multipurpose areas, such as those formed with the unit doors, which open up to become room doors, and the bathroom that opens up to become a corridor, leaving room to unfurl the sails alongside the entrance area. The two double cabins, cosy bathroom and bulwark galley are a guarantee of excellent comfort, even when cruising. The overall styling has led to choices in terms of colour and materials that create a sporting look with sleek lines, such as the use of metallic paints, transfers, walls in Lexan, dunnages with non-slip covering and pearlised paints for furnishings. Strictly hi-tech construction techniques and materials have been used by the boatyard: the structure is a monocoque hull and deck in unidirectional fibre sandwich material made of epoxy glass with a core in termanto, post-cured in a vacuum of 0.65 Atm at 60° C using male moulds.