With Entegra, Batlleiroig introduces charred wood to Spanish office building facades

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Architect: Batlleiroig
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Completion Date: March, 2022

Catalan architecture, landscape, and planning firm Batlleiroig has realized the first blackened timber facade in Spain. Its design for the Entegra building marks the first use of the material on an exterior in the country. Located within Barcelona’s [email protected] district, a product of urban renewal within the city’s Sant Martí neighborhood, and adjacent to the beachfront El Poblenou area, Entegra hosts 4,138 square meters (44,500 square feet) of office space.

[email protected], which was redeveloped to house Barcelona’s aspirational tech center, was part of Ildefons Cerdà’s well-known master plan for the city.

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