Industrial Estate Project O2 Office Commercial Complex Spain
O2 project is a commercial complex that combines two totally different environments within the same entity. On the one hand we find a warehouse of 700 m2 and on the other hand, fused to the first volume, we have the second and main body constituted by an office building with three floors of 1000 m2.
Constructively, we highlight how the volume industrial prefab giving it a simple and sober forms, while the office building stands out from the combination in front of a curtain wall that surrounds the entire height of the lobby in conjunction with the ventilated facade, and all this in dark tones that carry the whole of elegance and sobriety.
The commercial complex building is located in one of the last developed industrial estate in the city of Salamanca, whose layout and proximity to the city, more and more distant industrial design of moving closer to commercial polygon.
At the corner of one of its apples we find the design SÃ¡nchez-Bayo, a group that fuses two totally different volumes within the same entity.
On the one hand we find a warehouse of 700 m2. This first volume consists of a single high-rise space, is a ship made of large pieces of precast concrete, in which we find the structure, perimeter fence and deck.
Within this construction, we should mention the cover, formed by large V-shaped beams that span the entire width of the nave, which in combination with corrugated panels solid and translucent appearance, generate a wave-shaped roof that provides large amount of light from the internal volume.
Annex to this O2 office construction are the other building, and part of the complex of a2, it is an office block that rises three floors and closing one of the corners of the block.
With a facade of straight lines, elegant dark colors, there are a large windows curtain wall that surrounds a central lobby, main part of the building, and extending along the top floor.
The rest of the facade is occupied by a ventilated facade with dark brown porcelain tiles that get mimic that both elements form a single body. Accessing the main entrance, we are in the heart of the building, the lobby.
Where we see a concrete box that houses an elevator and around which there is the exposed concrete staircase that wraps about it, but seems to levitate, because it relies solely on the floors to which it gives access.
These two items are certainly the most representative of this place, together with the high wall on one side of timber and other porcelain pieces covered the exterior, forming an enclosure within the building to separate the service area, on each floor, the main room.