The island of Ibiza, known worldwide as a great entertainment center focused on the hotel trade, now has a big problem. The majority of workers in this sector are temporary workers who come from all over the world, and this causes a lack of housing in summer that is increasing.
Therefore, and so that permanent residents have the opportunity to receive training and promote work on the island, it is decided to design a Culinary School. This school is placed in Puig de Molins, the most isolated area of the city because of the topography and the protected area that it has by its side.
Through the proposed stairs, the school is connected with the city center.
The school consists of two volumes, one dedicated to teaching and the other to services, with a cafeteria, restaurant, and a large kitchen. The stairs mentioned above finds its end at the entrance of the restaurant, and continues to the level of the street. The decision to generate two volumes responds to the temporality of the building, since teaching is only provided during the winter or school period, and the service building could remain open all year.