It is a two-storey building, promoted by Guadiana Hydrographic Confederation, Ministry of Environment, made up of three interconnected pieces which are well adapted to the ground topography and placed along the slope in different directions and heights. The pieces open themselves to the landscape to shape great views thanks to fully oriented windows and to a lookout.
The larger piece holds the highest part of the plot and occupies the rooms for children, administrative control and entrance to the building. The second block runs in two heights the fall of the slope and occupies service areas, facilities and exhibition space that gives access to an outside viewpoint terrace. From this piece, down to the third element/piece, storage spaces, services, facilities and an auditorium, which supports the upper terrace, are the following spaces.
The residential area is distributed along an axis which adjoins a facade; it has two rooms for children, two multifunctional spaces, two service centres for rooms use and another for monitors along with a bathroom inside. The entrance lobby is rotated to provide access to an exhibition area which spreads lenghtways. This space ends with a double height hovering through a large hollow up to outside views.
The building is poured through a steep slope through its adapted angles for land contentions to provide great views of landscape. Both the used materials and the finishes are respectful of the architectural style of the municipality.