Official presentation of the Méndez Álvaro campus, Madnum
On November 2, the Colonial real estate company officially presented the Méndez Álvaro Campus in Madrid, named Madnum.
José Luis Martínez-Almeida Navasqüés, Madrid’s mayor, Juan José Bruguera, president of Colonial, Pere Viñolas Serra, CEO of Colonial, Alberto Alcober Teixidó, operations director, and Carlos Lamela, the project architect, took part.
#Madnum is the largest project in the history of Colonial and one of Madrid’s most important office developments of the last decade. It’s an integrative project that will unite office, residential, retail, and green areas.
In the words of Carlos Lamela, “In this complex, we have strived to provide an important area of Madrid with an architectural ensemble with a unitary and powerful image that becomes an emblematic element.”
One of the maxims of design is flexibility, applied both to the appearance and to the uses of the buildings.
Sustainability is another important aspect of the project. The buildings meet the maximum energy efficiency criteria and boast almost zero energy consumption. The objective is to obtain LEED PLATINUM certification for the offices and BREEAM VERY GOOD for the residential area.
The spacious free interior has a garden with attentive landscaping and extensive leisure and restaurant facilities that favor the user’s relationship and recreation, and simultaneously, give cohesion to the whole.