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Torre Espacio Interiors

Madrid, Spain  Map
2001–08
Lead Designers
José Bruguera Matteo Milani

With 60 percent of its building area available for commercial leasing, the tower accommodates an extensive program of interior amenity spaces.

The base of the tapering form houses a variety of uses, including a three-level atrium containing a cafeteria, a gymnasium, medical services, a hairdresser, and a bank. Unlike the typical office building, floors designated for elevator transfer feature sky lobbies that are veritable microcosms of urban life. On the 18th floor, where the conference and business center are located, the sky lobby offers a café and multifunction space; on the 33rd floor, it contains a restaurant, chapel, and private dining rooms.

Show Facts
Site

Within the 120,000 m2 / 1,290,000 ft2 PCF&P-designed Torre Espacio

Components

Cafeteria, café, restaurant, private dining rooms, multifunction space, sky lobbies, gymnasium, chapel, conference and business center, retail services, executive office levels

Client

Torre Espacio Castellana S. A. Grupo Villar Mir

PCF&P Services

Interior design

Embracing the juxtaposition of public and private space, Torre Espacio is conceived of as a vertical city, with a range of amenities throughout.

Level 26, typical office floor

Offices and workspaces are arranged around the perimeter, allowing employees to experience the tower’s distinctive form and appealing sense of motion.

Level 51, executive floor

Project Credits

Mechanical: Promec, Madrid; Electrical: R. Urculo Ingenieros Consultores, Madrid; Lighting: Jaros Baum & Bolles, New York, NY; Images: Fernando Guerra, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners