Deutsche Bank Spain in MadridCalle de Alberto Aguilera 1 de Madrid
The ROIG team has completed the annexation of 4 premises of one of the offices of Deutsche Bank Spain, located at Calle de Alberto Aguilera 1 in Madrid. The premises of about 1,450m² have two floors divided into ground floor and underground, both with openings to the central gardens of the building.
New distribution and integral transformation of spaces
The inner transformation has been complete. For this, ROIG has demolished elements such as the existing stairs or the elevator and has executed forging works with the aim of completing the new distribution, which included changing the location of access to the underground.
On the upper floor, cardboard partitions and glass screens have been placed to distribute the space. The flooring, made of Egger laminated parquet combined with carpet, differentiates the transit areas with the living areas, rooms and offices.
On the lower floor, after extensive demolition and emptying work, new plots have been formed to lift the interior distribution, also made of cardboard, and glass screens. As in the upper area, the pavement is parquet and carpet.
The helical staircase flown with iron, the main protagonist
The star nucleus of the communication space of the two floors is a helical staircase flown of iron, assembled in the workshop and assembled to work.
In addition, a technical room with a metal profile structure has been created, hanging from the upper concrete girders, to locate all the exterior air conditioning and ventilation machines, with the aim of highlighting the building’s own concrete structure and also its impressive height. In fact, one of the great challenges of the work has been to make the installations almost 7 meters high.
ROIG has maintained the existing scheme of the glass façade, about 30 meters long and 7 meters high, and has covered it with Alucobond with the corporate colors of the new image.