The two towers rise from the water to the sky increasing its width to its midpoint. This optical effect has been inspired by the sail of the galleons filled by the wind. In the center of each tower, the mast, the main pole, the axis that anchors it to the ground, and in the upper part, two wings lighten the whole. These eaves symbolize a Torii (place of the birds), traditional Japanese element that is usually at the entrance of Shinto shrines (Jinja), marking the border between profane and sacred space.
The whole building is light. The whole curved plane that looks out to the ocean is made of glass, to incite the illusion of being immersed in that intense blue of the Pacific.