One of the most characteristic elements of the building, El Pachinko, owes its name to a Japanese pinball machine. It is a structure of squares and walkways made of steel and glass, standing some seven metres high, the function of which is to connect the building’s east and west volumes, while serving at the same time to distribute the visitor flow.

Moreover, a nine-metre long trampoline projects out over the sea, affording visitors a unique and special way to take in the bay. After enjoying this experience you can press on to the eastern volume of the building.

The pachinko

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