The complex is articulated by a continuous and undulating green carpet which opens up or closes the field of vision depending on whether it is a dynamic entry area into the buildings or a static area for staff recreation. On this carpet the office blocks stand alone, connected to the pedestrian grid on two different levels. The backbone for these volumes and their pedestrian network is provided by glass enclosed sections which house the vertical cores and confer legibility to the entry ways.
The module permits the offices, the car parks and the structural spans to be optimised. Office spaces permit open plan areas in three sectors; two looking out onto the façade and another interior one for activities that do not require natural light.
The complex includes sports installations; tennis and paddle tennis courts, jogging track, and a private club with a swimming pool and spa.
Las Rozas, Madrid