Julián Camarillo Business Park

Madrid, Spain. 2017-Ongoing

A new generation of buildings, designed by luis vidal + architects, is making its way into the metropolis of the future, designed in the present: 5G buildings that combine technology with flexibility, sustainability, and accessibility, all of this placing the user at the center of the design.

Julián Camarillo Business Park is the best example of this: a project combining elegance and uniqueness in its design, generating high-quality spaces in a new and vibrant dialogue with the user and the environment.

The project is born to create a new business park in Julián Camarillo (Madrid). This area is becoming very popular for its transformation from an industrial neighborhood to a business area with a new, more contemporary and technological image that will get big corporations’ attention.

The ground floors of the business park will offer retail areas while office space on the upper levels. Uses are distributed in two almost identical buildings of five stories each. The way both buildings are arranged on the site will provide a new public space for the city, connected with another open area that will be private for the business park users. These two open spaces will be provided with significant landscaped areas. Two underground levels will provide carpark space for more than 300 vehicles.

The project aims to achieve LEED Platinum certification, a general feature of all buildings by luis vidal + architects. That implies a sustainable building in terms of the use of materials and energy consumption. It is provided with renewable energy systems such as solar and PV panels for that purpose.

  • Place/Date: Madrid, Spain / 2017- Ongoing
  • Client: Bouygues Inmobiliaria S.A.
  • Architects: luis vidal + architects
  • Consultants: Calter / Lynka / Arup / Margarida / CSP / FSL Ingeniería y diseño sostenible S.L.
  • Area: 396,100 sq. ft.
  • Stage: Under development
  • Team: Rocío Alonso – María Arce – Humberto Martínez – Pedro Portillo – Patricia Rojas – Óscar Torrejón –  Luis Vidal