Our objective and concern has been to generate quality spaces, with studied layouts, ecological and sustainable materials from the beginning of the project, to cause a positive impact on the health and well-being of our users, which becomes greater comfort and productivity.
Our commitment to the environment and people has guided our project, since we spend most of our time in our workplace and that environment has a direct impact on the health of its occupants.
We show you some of the measures adopted by the project manager architect of the concepts: air, water, lighting, movement and materials of the 34 implemented.
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In some offices, the indoor air quality is worse than the outdoor air quality and this is due to the residual gases emitted by building materials, furniture with plastic and toxic elements, and poor ventilation. By removing airborne pollutants and purifying them, indoor air quality is optimized. In addition to the incorporation of filters and enthalpic recuperators to guarantee efficient ventilation.
We have 3 sources of osmotic water distributed throughout the center, thus avoiding the use of plastic containers and promoting access to drinking water.
Rainwater is used and stored to irrigate plants
We promote movement, physical activity and active life, discouraging sedentary behaviors and counting on customized personal training programs.
The center has been designed with a succession of streets and squares. The internal tours are pleasant and have flights of stairs and varied views. They can be traveled between 180 and 1220m horizontally and up to 30m vertically every day.
Insufficient or inadequate lighting can negatively affect mood and even interrupt sleep cycles.
The luminaires in areas close to the outside have automatic light intensity regulation with natural light sensors. In the interiors, all the spaces have power and color temperature regulation to reproduce the circadian rhythm (natural light).
Natural light is used to the maximum to dignify common spaces and allow natural vegetation in the streets and squares.
Aims to reduce human exposure to ingredients in hazardous and toxic materials.
All the finishing materials have been selected with the minimum carbon footprint, free of volatile components (VOCs) and more than 90% recyclable.
The chosen furniture, made of natural woods, follows the same criteria. And the woods come from sustainable farms (FSC seal).
The linoleum flooring is made from recycled and recyclable materials and the ceramic tile flooring is locally produced. The paints and enamels are water-based and free of volatile solvents.