The building, conceived at the end of the eighties, was designed following the principles of the modern movement with open floors, a free façade, ribbon windows and a volumetric composition starting from solid elementals. It was provided with criteria of sustainability; at the time from intuitive logic and now compulsory by law, such as optimum orientation to reduce air conditioning costs and to save energy, the protection of openings according to their orientation and the use of rational landscaping as a support for environmental comfort.
The building presents excellent possibilities for exploitation and could be occupied by one or various users, up to a maximum of four per floor.
The standard floor plan, laid out around a vertical communications core, had longitudinal facades with horizontal window bands to achieve homogeneous lighting, and sides closed in with concrete screens to guarantee the structural stability that is compulsory in Alicante in case of seismic actions (grade 8).
Polígono Cros, Alicante