Torre Iberdrola, designed by the prestigious Argentine architect César Pelli, is the latest great milestone in the process of transforming the city of Bilbao and the central feature of the new financial area.
At 165 metres tall, this elegant office building has become a work of art in tertiary architecture, a landmark for its design, technology and sustainability.
Torre Iberdrola will have one of the highest possible classifications: the prestigious LEED CS 2.0 Certification, awarded by the USGBC which assesses and recognises projects using more environmentally-friendly practices, ones that are therefore healthier, more respectful of the environment and with more cost effective structures.
The latest sustainability, security, and installation technologies have been applied to the construction of Torre Iberdrola, which makes it one of the leading buildings in Spain. To its eye-catching design, in the shape of a triangular prism, we can add the installation of the latest technological developments and the use of the highest quality materials.
The result is significant energy savings, which meet the needs of even the most demanding companies.
Torre Iberdrola is the perfect combination of design, technology and functionality.
Torre Iberdrola is located between Deusto bridge, Euskadi Square, the street Calle Ramón Rubial and the gardens of the Campa de los Ingleses; within the new Abandoibarra development, the current symbol of the transformation of Bilbao and the new cultural and business centre.
The tower, which is the key feature of this development, has become Bilbao's new financial and business symbol and offers around 50,000 square metres for rent. In addition, the flexible layout of its floors means they can be divided into up to five offices, to make the best possible use of the space.