The façade design strives to integrate the surroundings and reduce energy consumption to a minimum. The double skin is a key element in the building's acclimatisation, providing better air circulation and a new concept in ventilation.
Strict sustainability criteria were employed in the building planning, which have the basic objective of obtaining the stringent LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and Andorra Regenera certificates in order to reduce the building's environmental impact and energy expenditure to an absolute minimum.
The use of ground water will act as an essential element in acclimatising the building. The glass façade and structure will provide all its spaces with natural light.
These certificates not only affect the choice of non-polluting materials or the subsequent management of the building, but they also ensure that the entire construction process is undertaken with the aim of minimising the impact on the environment in terms of noise, vibration and dust, and ensuring a minimum impact on the area's neighbours and pedestrian traffic.