The pavilion is organized in three longitudinal bands of different heights, in which the diverse uses established by the program easily adapt. Most of the floor is a multi-purpose hall, with an interior length of 88.50 m, a width of 30.00 m and a free height of 12.60 m. A longitudinal arrangement for the hall has been set out, subdivided by three curtains with transverse foldings, allowing four basketball courts, or two of handball or five-a-side football; placed lengthways, for considering it more suitable for an university sports hall and for the versatility characteristics and ease of behaviour, inherent in this kind/type of building.
A longitudinal band of storerooms limits the multi-purpose hall with the central band of the building where, in the ground floor, the different changing rooms and a wide area of management are disposed, while in the first floor there are different rooms dedicated to aerobics, tatami, taekwondo and a gym and, above of the offices, two rooms, one of them for observation, connected to the multi-purpose hall. The roof floor of this central band allows to hold, within its two edges, large part of the different building installations and to have an outdoor area liable to be used for sports practice. The general arrangement of the building is intended to be consistent with the versatility and flexibility required from an equipment of this kind. Great importance has also been given to the independence of the circulation of the different users of the sports hall: instructors and sports activity staff, sportspersons and spectators; all of this within a set-up which allows the accessibility and the interconnection between the different areas.
The layout and the expression of construction chosen, are crucial in the building’s shape, providing it with a unitary condition, due to the close relation between the whole and the components that make it up. Most of the opaque areas of the stretches of the façade are made up of ceramic pieces, attached to a metal substructure, creating a ventilated façade.