Sustainable business centre

“It looks like you’re in the bow of a glass vessel, docked in front of the Guggenheim Museum”. This was one of the comments we heard at the last event organized at the Torre Iberdrola Bilbao (Spain). An emblematic building referenced by its design, technology and sustainability, built by the same architect that built the Petronas Towers, César Pelli.

The “Suspended inclined dome” of Cristina Iglesias (creator of one of the entrance doors of the Prado Museum in Madrid), welcomes us upon entering. Lattices suspended from the ceiling with an artificial light designed to project a message on the lobby floor.

The building has various adaptable rooms, of different sizes. We invited our guests to a gala dinner on the 24th floor. Located 165 meters above sea level, it offers a spacious and open space, with a huge window from which you can see the Cantabrian Sea. We created different spaces divided by mobile panels, setting one of the areas as a show room. There we surprised them with several musical and artistic shows.

An inspiring and at the same time practical place. Located in the center of Bilbao, next to large hotels, the estuary and the main museums. Would you like us to make you an irresistible proposal?