The Glass Gallery is a place for gatherings, meetings and celebrations; a multi-purpose space designed to serve the city which was created by covering the former Ruiz de Alarcón alleyway, previously used by mail delivery vehicles.

The 2,800 m2 gallery is enclosed by a sophisticated structure, made from a glass dome with an organic form, whose complex, original design supports the light, transparent structure (500 tonnes) at a height of 30 metres above ground level. It was built using nearly 2,000 unique triangular panes of glass supported by 2,966 bars connecting to 1,034 nodes.

Open to the public every day from 10 am to 8 pm except days on which activities are scheduled.