The delightfully organic structure that is MAGMA Arts and Congress was designed by the Spanish architecture firm Menis Arquitectos. Located in Adeje, Tenerife, Spain, the building was built in 2005, and is meant to serve as a reference point amidst the surrounding anonymous buildings. The starting points of the building's concept were defined by its location: a semi-desert landscape next to the sea with an impressive view of La Gomera island. All the functions - such as offices, restrooms, cafeterias, etc. - emerge out of the base as thirteen geometric blocks. This creates the flow of the roof, outlining the space in every direction. The public spaces - a hall, a conference hall and a congress hall - are fitted between the blocks.