Singular Buildings

OHIM Headquarters

New campus, offices, auditorium, conference rooms and Reception Building for the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM)

The project involves the extension of the current OHIM headquarters in Alicante. It gives the body a new office building with complex schedule requirements characterized by a variety of spaces and the great amount of social uses for the complex, as well as parking capacity for all workers.

This new building is integrated with the existing one by including a greeting and reception section that unifies the complex and gives it completeness.
The procedure is completed with the underground auditorium project and the arrangement of new conference and meeting rooms in the existing building.

The whole complex is joined under the design of a campus that distinguishes the site and functions as a connecting space.

The project has been developed according to strict requirements of sustainability and energy efficiency, achieving the highest levels of certification, including Breeam.

Location
Spain

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