The sports complex building presents its largest facade to the main road, which becomes a tree lined boulevard where it passes through the park. The building was conceived as a compact volume which presides over the park from the highest point of its topography and articulates the shared general entrance to the sports complex and the football pitch. Added to the volume of the sports complex is another, lower and more elongated volume which houses the technical equipment necessary to the functioning of the sports facilities. At the same time, this elongated volume generates a large courtyard which acts as a great outdoor foyer when the sports complex is used as a multipurpose hall.
The mono-pitch treatment of the roof underlines the geometrical clarity of the scheme, and gives rise to a great north-facing glazed opening which provides the interior with a constant and uniform light throughout the day, thus avoiding problems of glare and reflections on the playing surfaces.