Greenpeace Spain Headquarters

  • Project type : Renovation
  • Building Type : Office building < 28m
  • Construction Year : 2019
  • Delivery year : 2019
  • Climate zone : [Csa] Interior Mediterranean - Mild with dry, hot summer.
  • Net Floor Area : 943 m2
  • Construction/refurbishment cost : 542 710 €
  • Number of Work station : 90 Work station
  • Cost/m2 : 576 €/m2
  • Cost/Work station : 6 030 €/Work station

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    Green Solutions Awards 2019 - Buildings

    Energy & Hot Climates
    Low Carbon
    Health & Comfort
    Users' Choice


    The office uses 100% renewable energy of own origin through a windmill installed in Catalonia. In this way, we achieve the decarbonization of the premises in its usage phase and promote the shift of the energy model.

    NULL CO2

    We have calculated the carbon footprint of the process of execution, manufacture of the materials and transport to work with the tool ECOMETER ACV, with a result of 124 tons of CO2. During its use, these headquarters do not emit CO2 since it is 100% electrified and with 100% renewable energy. sAtt has offset the Carbon Footprint (124Tn) in construction with an ECODES reforestation program in Nicaragua.


    The energy strategy is to minimize demand through passive measures. For this purpose, the enclosure (walls, floors and ceilings) has been isolated, high-performance glass and solar control elements have been installed. In this way we manage to save energy and reduce the impact.


    To maintain a good temperature in the office we use a direct and indirect evaporative system that does not use fluorinated gases, generates better air quality and saves 80% compared to a conventional heat pump system.


    Low impact materials in its Life Cycle Analysis: recycled, recyclable, and renewable. Cork for floors, wood chips and recycled textiles for insulation, FSC wood for furniture, vegetable paints. We avoid materials with formaldehyde and, of course, no PVC.


    The health of people depends on a series of perfectly measurable geophysical alterations. We analyze waves, particles, gases, electric fields, light, shapes, colours and vegetation to propose measures and generate the best relationship between people and space.


    We have prioritized the entry of natural light into space through the layout of the rooms in the north, the colour of the space and the orientation. The work light has a colour rendering index of 90% for better visual comfort.


    Plants clean the air and generate healthier and more productive spaces, in addition to building a connection with nature that produces well-being.


    The office is designed to be accessible to people with functional diversity. It has tours, furniture and adapted toilets.

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    CALLE VALORES 1 , 28007 Madrid España

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