CaixaForum Valencia encompasses some 6,500 square metres, and offers two large exhibition halls located on its ground floor. The cultural complex also has multi-purpose rooms, an auditorium, family and education spaces, a book store and a restaurant. In addition, it has installed two permanent sculptures made by Inma Femenía and Anna Talens, two rising Valencian artists.
Construction of the CaixaForum centre began in 2018 inside the Àgora, a large covered square located in the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències complex in Valencia. The project is the work of Catalan architect Enric Ruiz-Geli, director of the Cloud 9 studio.