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Airbus Campus


Poligono 23

370P, 28906, Madrid



Poligono 23

370P, 28906, Madrid


Description of the project 

The Airbus "Futura" Campus is the corporate headquarters of the aeronautical company Airbus in Spain. Designed by Estudio Lamela, it is the most up-to-date aeronautical architectural complex built in Madrid (specifically in Getafe) in recent decades.

For the envelopes of the buildings that make up the complex, Guardian SunGuard® SNX 60/28 coated solar control glass, among other materials, has been used, which helps to provide visual and thermal comfort in the interior spaces. In order to contribute precisely to this comfort, the limitation of thermal transmission of the glazed facades, natural lighting and protection against noise and solar radiation were taken into account. In addition, the glass has contributed to the energy efficiency of the buildings, which have obtained the BREEAM Very Good pre-qualification.

The project as a whole consists of five new buildings spread over 400,000 m2: an Identification building that provides access to the Campus; the Central Offices building, which is more institutional in nature and has a subway parking lot and three floors of offices; the Shared Resources building, also with offices, parking lot and a large façade that invites visitors to enter and serves as a visual landmark on which "AIRBUS" can be read; the Dining Hall and, finally, the P7 Parking building. The five buildings are independent bodies but interact with each other through the backbone of the development, articulated in a path where vegetation, stone and water converge.

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Estudio Lamela


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