Hospital Militar Police Station
This police station, part of a spatial masterplan for the entire Hospital Militar area, is the most striking of the three already realized buildings. The top section on the street side projects five metres beyond the lower part, by means of a steel structure. The resulting portico ushers the visitor inside. At the rear, a set-back equal to the projection at the front provides a counter movement to the green embankment. Emblazoned in man-sized letters on the recessed, ground-floor street façade is the word MOSSOS (The regional police force). It was done using the same pixel technique that Salvador Dalí employed in 'Lincoln in Dalívision'. Inside, the building concentrates on its function as a work environment: open and light, clearly organized and indifferent to the question of whether it conforms to a particular image. This is most apparent in the cells which are painted pink and have no sharp angles.