The situation of the building, detached on three sides and sufficiently separated from the rest of nearby buildings, meant that the main problem to be overcome was the excessive luminosity on the upper floors. All previous elements of the façade were substituted, starting anew from a rectangular glass prism on which a series of horizontal lines create a single, continuous appearance on either side from Calle Serrano. These lines appear by means of adjustable aluminium sunshades which permit daylight to be filtered and reduce the impact of solar radiation on the interior curtain wall.
Of special relevance is the thorough study of the constructive solutions to improve the minimum clearance height on the model floors, thus facilitating commercial exploitation and use by future tenants.
Calle Serrano 73, Madrid