STRUNOR will once again collaborate with architectural practice Enrique Álvarez-Sala Walther in this refurbishment of the office building at 42 Josefa Valcárcel Street in Madrid.

This will be our third project with Estudio Álvarez-Sala in Madrid in the last two years, after the office building on Avenida de Bruselas in Alcobendas and the office building on Paseo de La Castellana 44.

The façade of this refurbishment project features opaque areas clad with XLIGHT ventilated façade by Porcelanosa and vision areas implemented with Schüco’s FWS50 stick curtain wall.


Investor: Arima Real Estate SOCIMI SA

Architecture: Estudio Álvarez-Sala

Main Contractor: CONSTRUCÍA S.L.

Façade consultancy: ENAR Envolventes Arquitectónicas

Curtain wall partner: Schüco Iberia

Ventilated façade supplier: XLIGHT Porcelanosa



STRUNOR will be in charge of the refurbishment of the façade of the Generali office building at Paseo de La Castellana 130 in Madrid.

In collaboration with Arup, who provides architecture and façade consultant services for the client, we will work on the existing façade, replacing it with a new one based on the stick CW60 curtain wall system and Reynaers CS77 HI openings.

This solution will provide improved performance and aesthetics to the façade, in line with the client’s aspirations.


Investor: Generali

Architecture: Arup

Façade consultancy: Arup

Curtain wall partner: Reynaers Aluminium



In the coming months, STRUNOR will carry out the complete envelope works of the new link building between terminals 1 and 2 at Tenerife South Airport.

On this occasion we will collaborate with main contractor Sacyr, along with partners such as Kalzip Ltd for the roofs and Reynaers Aluminium for the façades.

The scope include the Kalzip aluminium sandwich standing seam roof and the Reynaers CW60 series curtain walls and skylights, comprising a total of 15,000m2 between the various types to be installed.

Investor: Aena

Architecture: AERTEC Solutions

Main Contractor: SACYR

Roofing partner: Kalzip Ltd

Facades Partner: Reynaers Aluminium

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.