In the section of the chamfer of the facade that is projected onto this large space, somewhat undefined, which is the América Square, a chromatic combination of glass cladding has been used, which gives the building the uniqueness that its location is demanding. . It is a gradation of five color tones, which are occupied in an orderly manner by the different modules of the cladding of the section of the chamfer facade; in each level of coating, the elements of the gradation are placed in an orderly and symmetrical way from the center of the facade section, jumping from position in those places where the module is occupied by a window gap, and continued by the facades contiguous until finishing all the elements of the gradation. In this way, the facades corresponding to Navarro Reverter Street and Paseo de la Ciudadela, are subtly sprinkled with elements of color -in their softest nuances- achieving a continuity in the treatment of the facade of the whole building.
In the attic floor, part of the aluminum section that modulates the building, extends into the areas where the building is set back, completing in a very subtle way, the complete envelope of the volume of the building.