The old convent, built in the fifteenth century, preserves today most of its original design, being of particular interest the ribbed vaults on the ground floor. Other original elements, like the South Gallery that used to be located on the first floor, have disappeared. The building is opulent, combining late Gothic and Renaissance architectural styles. It consists of a church, a cloister with adjacent rooms, a gallery open to the south facade,and a sun terrace on the outside and a building. The proposed project includes the recovery of the southern gallery, which will act as a filter for solar radiation. This reconstruction is performed in a non-mimetic way, with diacronic language compatible with the building.