A two-storey building of multiple use with basement, roof and fence was designed in a rectangular, narrow-front field of 740 m2. The first floor is formed as an independent residence. On the other hand, public assembly areas, which are related to the spiritual work of the parish, are developed in the ground floor. Furthermore, a part of the underground level is attributed to uses related to parish activities as assembly areas while the rest of the underground area is attributed to secondary ancillary uses.
The designing style and the aesthetic proposal derive from the building use and the institution that the building represents. This is a classic symmetric synthesis with rhythmic window repetition and strict form that attribute a simple monumentality.
A semicircle arc is used for the shaping either as an arch at the elongate porch of the northern side either as a blind arch. Marble cornices traversing the walls of the porch at the arc height as well as of the first floor at the same height are included at the decoration elements. Gypsum or plaster decorative elements surround the arc fronts as well as the frontage windows of the first floor above the cornice zone.