The Nave Sorigué in Madrid receives the global qualification “3 HOJAS VERDE”. A building designed by 080 Arquitectura in which AIA we have developed the MEP project.
The Nave Sorigué in Madrid, a building designed by 080 Arquitectura in which AIA we have developed the MEP project, has received the global qualification “3 HOJAS VERDE” from the Green Building Council Spain, an organization of an international initiative for a sustainable built environment.
The proposal integrates active and passive factors, following sustainability and energy-saving criteria. It has demand reduction systems (through isolation and use of building synergies), high efficiency production systems (aerothermy) and energy production with renewable sources, incorporating photovoltaic panels on the roof of the building. When we refer to passive systems, we find solar filters in the windows that avoid the unwanted contribution of solar radiation, skylights in workshops and offices to take advantage of natural light and elements that guarantee cross ventilation, among others.