The Social Centre consists of two bioclimatic two-level buildings that integrate the outdoor spaces of an open courtyard.
The buildings communicate through a corridor-bridge, which is a semi-transparent steel structure. Orientated towards the south, they follow a narrative sequence of indoor, outdoor, open-air spaces, as well as the transitional spaces of solar greenhouses.
In the courtyard, a series of planted areas (flower garden, deciduous trees and shrubs) and red-pressed earth has been used for ground cover (a microclimate design).
The passive bioclimatic adjustable systems are: two solar greenhouses (protected via vine-covered pergolas), external shading systems (metal grating, water-resistant plywood), tubelike roof ventilators that support natural airing and day lighting in the hall, and movable panels that insulate overheated greenhouse areas in summer.