Antiguas escuelas de Piñera

Building with an elongated rectangular floor plan, with a single height, which on its facade adjoins the Camino de Santiago (and national highway) with a central axis advanced in plan and finished off with a stepped structure like a gable, under which it is arranged the coat of arms of Spain, a strip with the identification of the schools and, further down, an arched opening divided into three holes separated by straight pillars, of modernist inspiration.

On both sides of this central axis there are wings, which are accessed through doors located behind small steps.

The rest of the façade presents a rhythmic succession of vertical holes to the outside.

On the rear façade, the roof skirt is extended to create a covered space, supported by wooden columns with footings.


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