22 @ ALABA 124


Office building in the 22@ district area.

The plot is part of the transformation project regulated by the Modification of the General Metropolitan Plan for the renovation of the industrial areas of Poblenou, 22@ activity district, which modifies the current qualifications to incorporate green areas, open spaces and new emerging activities.

Within this framework of strategic operation of urban transformation of which the project is part, there has been a willingness to seek new tools from the point of view of design to actively participate in the process of creating new urban dynamics that add value to this momentum of change.



– 6,234 m² of constructed surface
– Office space
– 93 parking spaces
– 78 bicycle parking spaces


The projected building materializes as a response to the complex pre-existences of the urban context, but at the same time as a response to the desire to erect a singular architecture. The nine-storey volume runs longitudinally along Alaba Street, projecting towards it its mural facade in a clear nod to the industrial past of the neighborhood. Towards the interior green area the building is stripped of its materiality to become an ethereal volume of glass, which with the movement and offset between its floors manages to charge its presence with dynamism. The language of movement allows its integration into a neighborhood immersed in full urban transformation.

Sustainable m2 / Efficient m2

Sustainability strategies are part of the essential design of an “eco-friendly” building, committed to the environment, designed for near-zero consumption.

Endorsed by LEED, BREEAM and WELL certifications, the building has low energy demand (optimized by an Asoleo study and a Natural Light study); as well as efficiency systems based on heat recovery, photovoltaic solar energy and water recycling. In conclusion, a building with clear sustainable actions (footprint and CO2 reduction), reductions in consumption and future maintenance, as well as improvements in comfort and well-being. Forecast of electrical loads for vehicles.


The project has had the team of specialists from BINARQ, with the support of ESPAI ENERGY in sustainability consulting and OTHERESTRUCTURES in structural engineering.

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