Maybe it a little too late to show this project, but as our architecture cycle here at Abduzeedo started after its construction, we can do this. Since its inauguration in 2008 I was impressed by this architecture, so I think the construction deserve an exclusive article showing its beauty. I'm talking about the Caja Vital Kutxa, in Spain.

The project is from Mozas Aguirre Arquitectos, and it's a building for a local bank from Madri. The shapes represent the woods and trees that surround the building, a park from Natura 2000 Networking Programme. This idea was created with strong metallic structures covered with steal panels.

In the hall of the building, a big polyurethane panel was created, a amazing art piece hand painted. The idea of this project, from its concept to its external shapes, is to treat the building as a life organism in movement.

The Organic Caja Vital Kutxa in Spain

The Organic Caja Vital Kutxa in Spain

The Organic Caja Vital Kutxa in Spain

The Organic Caja Vital Kutxa in Spain

The Organic Caja Vital Kutxa in Spain

The Organic Caja Vital Kutxa in Spain

The Organic Caja Vital Kutxa in Spain

The Organic Caja Vital Kutxa in Spain

The Organic Caja Vital Kutxa in Spain

The Organic Caja Vital Kutxa in Spain
© Carlos Casariego

The Organic Caja Vital Kutxa in Spain
© Carlos Casariego

The Organic Caja Vital Kutxa in Spain
© Carlos Casariego

The Organic Caja Vital Kutxa in Spain
© Carlos Casariego

The Organic Caja Vital Kutxa in Spain
© Carlos Casariego

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