An indoor sports complex comprising a pavilion and a swimming zone. It is situated at the edge of the urban fabric, and has an interior passage that resolves its need for dual accessibility: from the street and from the adjacent sports zone. A difficult exercise of implantation, given the tight dimensions of the plot. The buildings make small torsions among themselves in adjusting to the site, rather than resorting to a single plane of occupation to resolve the relationship with the inclined plane of the terrain. A balanced relationship between the size of the beams and bands in the roof of the pavilion, while in the swimming pool, a façade that combines transparent glass with translucent glass allows the interior space to open onto the landscape without sacrificing the bathers' privacy.