High-resistance concrete (lower volume), an absence of air-conditioning elements in the office and an optimised central nucleus provide for an excellent use of space.
On office floors the free height between floor and ceiling is 2.85m.
Accessible raised floor with a height of 40 cm for: power, voice and data cable installations and ventilation.
False ceilings made of modular steel-plate panels with sound-proofing and micro-perforations to enable air movement.
One of the most innovative features of Torre Espacio is its facade, which forms part of the air-conditioning system and helps optimise energy-saving.
Torre Espacio has moved away from conventional all-air or fancoil-style air-conditioning systems which generate noise and asymmetry, require high-profile maintenance and greatly hinder floor layouts. A more modern system has been installed which is already being used with success in buildings of the highest standard in both Europe and the United States. This system provides absolute comfort and maximum atmospheric quality, reducing maintenance costs and enabling a more flexible layout.
It is a hybrid air/water system with exterior ventilation airflows through raised floors and panels and a cold beam in the ceiling. Maximum system regulation and flexibility provides the user with independent temperature control in your office. View DIAGRAM.
The floors are connected by 27 lifts installed by the firm Schindler.
The MICONIC 10™ system directs people to most suitable lift, thereby grouping lift-users together according to where they wish to go in the most efficient way. This results in a 25% saving in energy and improves mobility by 36% in comparison with conventional systems.
The various office floors are reached via three sets of six lifts each with a capacity of 21 people. View Lift System Diagram. The lifts travel at between 2.5m/s and 7m/s depending on the floors, and the longest journey takes no more than 30 seconds.
Lifts Batteries schematic diagrams in Torre Espacio