Given the emerging need for new types of workplaces to support a world grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic, Coros wanted to set an example of its commitment to these offices of the future.
The company called on Tétris to carry out a complete renovation of the Vizcaya 12 (V12) office building, with a brief to create an interior environment that is healthy, sustainable and supportive of employee wellbeing.
With 3,500 square meters of lettable office space, this property was designed by the Alonso i Balaguer Arquitectos Asociados studio and is centrally located in the Madrid neighborhood and cultural hub of Atocha.
Coros' commitment to sustainability can be seen in the fact that the V12 has been built with very flexible facilities, green spaces, bicycle parking, charging points for electric cars, contactless technology, the use of recycled materials, and air purification systems that support low energy consumption.
We created a usable space on seven floors, offering great flexibility in layout possibilities for future tenants. All spaces are equipped with state-of-the-art ventilation and humidity control systems to minimise the impact of heat, ensuring optimal comfort in all workspaces.
The construction of the new, high-transparency 400 square meters glass façade was a real challenge for our Tétris teams - and their efforts have paid off as the newly open, flexible offices are now bathed in daylight, creating an ideal working environment.
Our technical teams also implemented in some spaces highly innovative and sustainable carbonneutral flooring and ceiling systems that have been certified by Greenguard for low chemical emissions. As always, the teams made use of the international environmental product declaration system in their material selection process.