In these times of computer mediated communication, the Spanish architects of Medio Mundo Arquitectos were asked by the municipality of Seville, Spain to create a centre of information technologies. This place should enable access to these technologies for people of the town and create a new space for friendly encounters. The project is surrounded a number of eight storey high block of flats, where a basketball court stood formerly.
For economic reasons, the architects meant to give the object the simplest form reflecting the unique function of the buildings. The centre is surrounded by patches of grass divided by walkways leading towards the entrance. A multifunctional hall and a caffee is located on the first floor. The second, clad in red painted steel is occupied by administrative spaces, storehouse and two additional multifunctional rooms. A huge terrace rests upon the roof of the building protected by red perforated metal sheets and offering pleasant views of a nearby river.