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Aguirre Newman, Arq. Maria Cruz Muñoz (diseño interior)
Madrid - 2008

The new L'Oréal building in Madrid has a total surface area of 18,000 m2 over seven floors. It has offices, a cafeteria, reception and demonstration areas for visitors and common areas for employees. It is has been equipped with latest-generation acoustic and air-conditioning control technology, strictly fulfilling environmental standards.

The offices are equipped with approximately 8,000 m2 of dividing partitions; a special version was made with an upper transparent section, a solid section at the bottom and horizontal decorative panels.

Decorative walls
Different dividing wall designs have been used for this project, including the P600 and P450 ranges. Different solutions have been created for the solid panels, as have other transparent ones with a central printed band and a cabinet wall with a white finish on the lower panelling.
Walls and doors
The single-glazed partitions are equipped with 6+6 laminated acoustic PVB glass for sound-proofing reasons, and solid doors with steel handles. The reduction of the lower section meant it could be made flush with the carpet.
Special storage units
The single-glazed dividing walls were installed with 1,500 units in different sizes designed by Aguirre Newman with inclined tops to show the production designs.