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Image 1 Image 2 castellana 69 MADRID, SPAIN TYPE:   FIRST PRIZE COMPETITION
PROGRAM:   OFFICES
SIZE:  14.300m2 OFFICES + 10.000M2 PARKING
STATUS:   ON GOING
TEAM:   :
CLK architects: Joaquin Vaquero(Founder), Christian Álvarez (Partner), Marina Villalobos, Dana Barale, Daniel Ruiz
Heatherwick Studio: Thomas Heatherwick, Lisa Finley (Partner and Group Leader), Stepan Martinovski, Silvia Rueda, Philipp Nedomlel, Jose Cadilhe
Engineers, Structures, Civil, Sustainabiliy, Transport: BAC Engineers

Heatherwick Studio + CLK architects + BAC Engineering Group have been selected by Europe’s leading department store to design a pioneering new office building in Madrid.

Located close to El Corte Inglés’ flagship store in Paseo de la Castellana, the building area is nearly 15,000 sqm. It will be the first Heatherwick Studio project to be built in Spain.

Demonstrating a solid commitment to the environment and the belief that great design makes more liveable cities, Castellana 69 promotes both social and environmental sustainability. This is embodied in the innovative façade and the central ‘green heart’, provided by a courtyard inside the building, bursting with trees and plants to bring nature into the centre of the workplace and the city.

This approach is amplified by the choice of healthy and sustainable materials, advanced technology and by harnessing natural resources. Solar panels on the building will produce more energy than the building consumes and the building will ultimately become net zero carbon. Furthermore, the amount of embodied carbon used in construction will be a fraction of a typically constructed office
building.

Another goal is to humanise the workplace by creating an inspiring and stimulating environment and providing organisational flexibility that responds to society’s demands for new working patterns. The design takes full advantage of the local climate with a seamless flow from indoor to outdoor working and social spaces.

Construction for this speculative office building will start in early 2022 and is due to complete in 2024. The site is the last plot of land in the AZCA area, Madrid's financial and business hub.

Scene Castellana 69 MADRID, SPAIN TYPE:   FIRST PRIZE COMPETITION
PROGRAM:   OFFICES
SIZE:  14.300m2 OFFICES + 10.000M2 PARKING
STATUS:   ON GOING
TEAM:   :
CLK architects: Joaquin Vaquero(Founder), Christian Álvarez (Partner), Marina Villalobos, Dana Barale, Daniel Ruiz
Heatherwick Studio: Thomas Heatherwick, Lisa Finley (Partner and Group Leader), Stepan Martinovski, Silvia Rueda, Philipp Nedomlel, Jose Cadilhe
Engineers, Structures, Civil, Sustainabiliy, Transport: BAC Engineers

Heatherwick Studio + CLK architects + BAC Engineering Group have been selected by Europe’s leading department store to design a pioneering new office building in Madrid.

Located close to El Corte Inglés’ flagship store in Paseo de la Castellana, the building area is nearly 15,000 sqm. It will be the first Heatherwick Studio project to be built in Spain.

Demonstrating a solid commitment to the environment and the belief that great design makes more liveable cities, Castellana 69 promotes both social and environmental sustainability. This is embodied in the innovative façade and the central ‘green heart’, provided by a courtyard inside the building, bursting with trees and plants to bring nature into the centre of the workplace and the city.

This approach is amplified by the choice of healthy and sustainable materials, advanced technology and by harnessing natural resources. Solar panels on the building will produce more energy than the building consumes and the building will ultimately become net zero carbon. Furthermore, the amount of embodied carbon used in construction will be a fraction of a typically constructed office
building.

Another goal is to humanise the workplace by creating an inspiring and stimulating environment and providing organisational flexibility that responds to society’s demands for new working patterns. The design takes full advantage of the local climate with a seamless flow from indoor to outdoor working and social spaces.

Construction for this speculative office building will start in early 2022 and is due to complete in 2024. The site is the last plot of land in the AZCA area, Madrid's financial and business hub.