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Servicios técnicos Bankia - Aguilera Ingenieros
Madrid - 2010

The old Caja Madrid Tower is a 45-floor skyscraper designed by the renowned architect Norman Foster. It is located in the Cuatro Torres Business Area (CTBA) in Madrid. It is the highest building in Spain and the fifth highest in Europe. The facade is covered in glass in the offices and in stainless steel panels in the concrete core. The imposing building has become a symbol of the modernity of the Spanish capital.

ARLEX has completed the first installation stage of the P500 and P600 screens, chosen in a tender to refurbish the interior of the old Caja Madrid Tower, currently belonging to Bankia. The project consisted of laying out white opaque P500 screens and glass P600 screens to create, separate and divide spaces. Its main purpose is for the office interiors to maintain a sensation of openness and luminosity.

Bright, private layout
The glass P600 dividing walls are 3 metres in height and fit to the ceiling; the glass is aligned according to its measurements. The P600 screens are laid out and divide spaces, making the most of the whole floor and the light. The glass dividing walls have white horizontal vinyl panels to ensure privacy.
Combinations and decoration
The solid parts are opaque white P500 panels with horizontal sections. These dividing walls make it possible to separate spaces visually and combine freely with the glazed areas. The horizontal lines create elegant perspectives.