A school complex in an area of new buildings outside Pamplona. An area where the urban design has given priority to the park not only as a mechanism putting order to the housing development, thereby ruling out any other urban structure fictitiously imposed on a new core with no preexisting constructions nor continuities with the existing city, but also as something that has brought facilities together in one place, as in a university ‘campus’. So the park is given a true urban role, with functional contents supporting and justifying it. A school complex, hence, that rises not on a lot, but on an already laid out park that ‘amiably’ allows a new building in it; a building, in fact, that far from being inhibited, will come to be another element in the park landscape.Moreover, the park, the views, the light, communication with the outside… all perfectly relate to the school, the children. The project is structured and organized in an open way.Two units – for preschool and primary school – are set apart and facing each other, joined by wooden footbridges that connect with and lead to the sport facilities at the center. They differ in form but are structured similarly. The first to be carried out is the preschool unit, where a large linear element contains the circulation and access elements and presents itself opaquely to the immediate environment of dwellings, and a comb, of linear or square elements depending on function, opens on to the park, incorporating through its routes and glass a view of it and the perception of light.Through concrete, the linear communication elements present themselves to the outside as opaque. Glass, white sheet metal, and white ceramic shape the ‘combs’ containing classrooms, the library, the sport gymnasium, dining rooms, etc.