The aim was to design a building that integrates into the urban fabric of Avenida Carlos Haya, without renouncing the magnificence of a singular facility such as this centre.
To ensure this, the building is developed horizontally, covering the entire plot. Its regular prism shape is broken with a fold from which the main entrance is accessed. This gesture offers a more fragmented image of the building, attempting to emphasise the presence of the current building occupied by the Clínica de la Encarnación, to create the character of the final building complex.
The built volume is materialised with a glass plinth that rises from the different levels to the ground floor ceiling, which coincides with the levels of the greatest public traffic. From this level to the top of the façade, the building’s solidity is emphasised by a stone façade with apparently disordered openings.