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The building, owned by Colonial and Inmo, located in Torre Plaza Europa 34, was completed last June. The location of the offices is strategic, as they are located in one of the areas with the greatest development in the metropolitan area of Barcelona.
The project developed by Albert Viaplana between 2007 and 2008 aims to create a new centrality in the area that connects El Prat airport and the city of Barcelona. To achieve this, a comprehensive transformation was proposed involving the redevelopment of roads, the incorporation of green spaces and the construction of mixed-use buildings.
The completion of this project represents an important milestone for the business fabric of Plaza Europa. With the construction of the last office tower of the urban plan, the presence of companies in this area is consolidated and strengthened.
The architectural conception of both towers brings a remarkable dynamism to the urban landscape. The Puig Tower, designed by GCA Architects in collaboration with Rafael Moneo and Lucho Marcial, presents a spiral ribbon that generates an effect of upward movement. On the other hand, the Plaza Europa 34 Tower, designed by Josep Riu, achieves visual impact through a displacement of volumes that gives it a sense of lightness and movement.
In addition to its aesthetic appeal, the Plaza Europa 34 Tower has been designed with a focus on sustainability and energy efficiency. Low energy consumption and easy maintenance technologies have been prioritised, contributing to the reduction of the building’s environmental footprint. In recognition of these efforts, the building has obtained LEED Gold certification, a prestigious award that distinguishes the most sustainable and environmentally friendly buildings.