- Quantity Surveyor: Miguel Ángel Jiménez Dengra, María Ángeles Lozano Morante
- Property Developer: Consejería de Cultura de la Junta de Andalucía
- Budget: 256.448 euros
- City: Montefrío
- Country: Spain
The Montefrío Youth Centre was conceived of as a place where multiple activities could take place; a considerable space which could be used and divided in various ways. It is situated in an area free of other buildings and faces south, downhill, towards the urban community of Montefrío. There is no cocerted urban structure near the lot, which determines its volume, designed so as to appear an independent element within the natural landscapes where it is located.
The building's interior adapts to the slope of the land, and is structured on three basic level which include different spaces: the entrance area and offices on the lower level, and a single, multipurpose space on the middle and upper levels. Access areas to the various floors have been considered as spaces for interrelation and exposure.
The outside of the building blends in with the urban structure closest in scale and level, and is organized in surfaces which tie in with the various surrounding contours, making it more easily accessible. The ability of this building to diffuse into the nearest urban surroundings, as seen from inside, is an attempt to explain its contingency on this medium, justifying it in its use as a public, outfitted building.