Up in the Torozos Mountains, in the comarca of Tierra de Campos, the small municipality of Valverde de Campos in Valladolid province has a population of slightly over a hundred. The surpluses produced by wind farms were invested in this building with community spaces of Town Hall: a club, a café, a medical facility, and a center for the elderly.
With just little more than 300 square meters roofed, the building is thought out like a mini-city. The interior routes are the streets – some covered, some arcaded – and a small intermediate square, and the doors to the different areas are open out to these. The main material used is local calcareous stone, which is complemented with wood and aggregate concrete in a language that fuses tradition and modernity.