The regulation and control of daylight determine the form of the facades, alternating horizontal opaque panels and glazing. A higher proportion of glazing compensates for the feebler light on the lower floors, and less glazing on the higher floors tones down the brightness. The stainless steel pergola which covers the recessing on the top recovers volumetric unity and strengthens legibility.
The quality of the installations and services allows for a high level of automation and for the building to adapt to the latest technologies.
Internal works for office implementations have also been carried out:
TESTA INMUEBLES EN RENTA - These headquarters of an important estate agency want to transmit a solid, serious and solvent image. Open areas are combined with glass partitioned offices and zones for resting and conversing. The main boardroom boasts innovative equipment in its day for video conferences and projections. Warm, bright colours are used for carpeting and opaque partitions, and there is a careful selection of furnishing and design of diverse made to measure elements.
ALLEN & OVERY - This Madrid division of an international law firm combines two well differentiated zones; one for clients with a spacious reception area and meeting rooms, and the second a work area for the company with glass partitioned offices and open space with room for meetings and work desks on a flexible distribution basis.
The interior distribution is reorganized to obtain visual continuity from the outside to the central patio, and the different elements are arranged to allow for future variations.
Calle Pedro de Valdivia 10, Madrid
First complete multi-tenant building with LEED certification in Spain