Victoria Regina Tower

Victoria Regina Tower

STRUNOR will deliver the unitised curtain wall facade of the Victoria Regina Tower for East Flanders inverstor Baltisse.

The 22 storeys high tower block was formerly home to the IBM headquarters in Brussels. Located in the financial district and bordering with the Botanical Gradens, the tower is currently being redeveloped to provide a high quality mixed use building comprising office space, hotel, restaurant and a penthouse bar.

Our scope comprises the complete façade, mostly unitized curtain wall featuring structurally bonded glazing and decorative elements of solid aluminium cassettes and engineered marble, materials which will also be present in the rainscreen areas.

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New office building in Madrid for investor Citrus Limited

Our company has been awarded the contract for the execution of the facades of the new office building in Madrid for investor Citrus Limited S.L. The project, designed by architectural practice Touza Arquitectos, is located in Pozuelo, Madrid, and consists on a single L-shaped volume to a total height of three floors plus ground floor and penthouse.

Touza Architects have designed a façade in which a wide variety of construction solutions, such as a stick aluminium curtain wall, an external skin featuring large aluminium slats, aluminium rainscreen, dry façade with sandwich panel, aluminium joinery and perforated aluminium plate cladding. Some 9,000 m2 of facade solutions conform our scope for this singular office building.

New building at 22@ in Barcelona

STRUNOR will carry out the facade works of the 36 Tangier Street building at the 22@ district of Barcelona

STRUNOR has been chosen for the execution of the office building in the 22@ in Barcelona. Once again, general contractor OHL and architectural practice Batlle i Roig have trusted our company for the realisation of the facades of their projects, on this contemporary office building for investor ESECETANGER S.L.

The works consist of the design, manufacture and installation of an inner skin of stick curtain wall characterized by the large dimensions on the glazing units in the vision areas, which will grant to the offices a great sensation of amplitude and luminosity, as well as the cladding of the spandrel areas with ceramic pieces of terracotta of large dimensions, for which it has been necessary to implement an ad hoc solution for the project.

The façade is completed with an external skin featuring a powdercoated maintenance catwalk and an external skin with bespoke extruded aluminium slats, all of the above in compliance with the highest quality standards, to achieve the WELL Building Standard certification for the building.

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New building in Agustín de Foxá, Madrid

New contract in Agustín de Foxá Street.

STRUNOR has been awarded a new contract to work on the envelope of the new office building being built on Calle Agustín de Foxá in Madrid.

In the heart of the capital’s skyline, this new building has been designed by architect Pedro Sentieri for Group RKV. With this new building, the architect completes a magnificent complex in the Plaza Castilla, as he is also the designer of the two hotels that flank both sides of the Castellana at its junction with Agustín  de Foxá St..

The facade of 4-10 Agustín de Foxá will preserve the aesthetics of the adjacent buildings. It will present over 5,000 sqm of stick curtain wall with glazing bonded to a carrier frame and open joints, and incorporates some 460 windows projected windows.

Fiteni VII

FITENI VII BUILDING, MADRID

Refurbishment work on the Fiteni VII Building is completed.

STRUNOR has finished the works of the 1st phase of the renovation of the Fiteni VII Building in Madrid, a work that has been directed by Javier Lampreave and SML Architects and Interior Designers.

Our work has focused on providing a complete new envelope, as the existing one did not meet current energy requirements. The entire enclosure of the office building has been redesigned with new windows with high performing profiles and efficient glass, and a new ventilated aluminium composite panel facade has been created, incorporating a deeper layer of insulation.

STRUNOR has also intervened in updating the design of the façade. This intervention has given the building a much more contemporary look thanks to the varying depths of the cladding and its different finishes.

ISO 14001 CERTIFICATION

STRUNOR exceeds the requirements for ISO 14001

Sustainable management is a priority for STRUNOR and we are therefore already in possession of the quality certification that supports our environmental strategy.

With this new achievement we are demonstrating our leadership in the environmental management of our activity, which we have achieved after a profound reflection on the life cycle of our materials.

Do you want to know how important quality and safety are to us?

Consult our certifications at: https://strunor.com/empresa/

FACADE REHABILITATION CASTELLANA 44

FACADE REHABILITATION CASTELLANA 44

In STRUNOR we are proud to participate in the renovation of the office building located in Paseo de la Castellana 44, a privileged enclave in the heart of Madrid.

This project consists of a large-scale refurbishment of the existing building, merging part of the previous enclosures with new materials and also choosing avant-garde colours that give the building as a whole a very modern and renovated appearance.

Starting from a magnificent design by EAS Arquitectura in strategic alliance with AYBAR MATEOS ARQUITECTOS, STRUNOR has developed and installed an interior skin of curtain wall with double skin of buttoned glass, suspended by steel cables from the roof and intermediate walkway of aluminium.

A new enclosure that enhances the elevated prism character that does not touch the ground as it passes in front of the large pylons that hold the technical and structural plant located in the upper part.

 

Park and palace

PARK AND PALACE

New high profile residential project in the heart of Madrid.

Strunor has been awarded the contract for the execution of the glazing package of the Park and Palace project located in 15 Irun St., in Madrid. Park and palace is an exclusive residential development located in a privileged area of Madrid, neighbouring at the North with the Park of the West and the Temple of Debod and at the South with the Royal Palace of Madrid.

The build of the luxury development, designed by Olalquiaga Arquitectos, will be managed by  a joint venture between main contractors San José Group and Fatecsa. Strunor’s scope of work will consist on the design, manufacture and assembly of more than 450 windows, comprising many different typologies, as well as their associated solar protection via venetian blinds and slats.

Sede Duro Felguera

FORMER DURO FELGUERA HQ

Refurbishment of the former headquarters of the Duro Felguera group of companies.

STRUNOR has been awarded the contract for the renovation of the office building, currently owned by Signal Capital Partners.

This work consists on a large-scale renovation of the existing building, which has an excellent location in Madrid and is visible from one of the most important radial roads in the city.

Prestigious architectural practice Estudio Lamela wanted this project to merge existing and new materials, being the latter fundamentally honeycomb panel, which provides great planimetry and beauty to the facades, and have chosen a palette of avant-garde colours that confer the project a very contemporary and renewed aspect. The architectural practice wanted to count with STRUNOR as the façade specialist of choice given our previous involvement and expertise in singular façade designs.

FITENI

FITENI VII OFFICE BUILDING

STRUNOR has secured the development and execution of Phase II of the refurbishment of Fiteni VII Office Building in Madrid.

We are currently successfully completing Phase I of this project, and are very pleased that both the investor and the design team, are once again placing their trust in our company for this next stage of the work.

In this second phase, like in the first, we will proceed with the cladding of the façade with aluminium composite panel in two colours, white and metallic grey, combined in a suitable way to optimise the visual effect of this dichromy.

The external joinery will also be replaced by new highly insulated aluminium joinery and high-performance coated glass, and thus considerably contributing to increase the comfort inside.

Finally, we have opted to include a faceted curtain wall to highlight the curved area of the building.

The goal is that the combination of these elements results in a visually attractive, practical and functional façade for this refurbishment project.