The placing of the building on the plot of land next to the Polytechnic Campus has greatly determined its layout, that of an L-shaped plan, which allows it to open towards the areas of access to the Campus.
Each of the blocks that make up the building have clearly differentiated roles. Block 1, set perpendicular to the access street, is for teaching and general services. This floor consists of three raised floors served by a longitudinal aisle, which connects to the corresponding distribution area of Block 2. The five raised floors of Block 2, which is set parallel to the above mentioned street, house laboratories and the offices of the Computer and Electronic Engineering Departments.
The layout of the building clearly shows the autonomy of the two wings that form it. The differences derived from the building's internal organization and the role that each of the two Blocks play lead to the definition of the exterior space. Nevertheless, the unitarian character of the constructive resolution contributes to give a sense of unity to the whole.
The adopted constructive system for the piers of the longitudinal facades fulfill the needs derived from the interior layout and of the needs of the different areas by a combination of three elements: the exterior carpentry with variable dimensions, the metal panels which permit the fixing of thermic insulation on the outer face of the closing walls and the orientable aluminium slats, which function as solar control and protection.