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Eiffage Energía Sistemas constructs Spain’s first wooden-structured ‘coliving’ space

In partnership with the developed Batipart, ConscytecEiffage Energía Sistemas’s subsidiary is constructing Spain’s first wooden-structured ‘coliving’ space in the Madrid’s district of Tetuán. Artelia (Project Manager) and the architectural studio sAtt also participated in the project.

Cuatro Caminos Madrid Coliving

This eco-friendly building venture forms part of Cuatro Caminos Madrid Coliving’s second phase, situated on Calle de Topete in Spain’s capital.

It comprises a structure with seven dwellings, covering approximately 1,825 square meters and containing 32 units – cluster rooms – each with a private bathroom, a communal kitchen, and living areas. In addition, the facility will feature coworking spaces, a gym, an internal courtyard, terraces, and bike parking.

Carbon neutral

The Passivhaus-certified building will be carbon neutral, with CO2Null certification, aiming to slash its occupants’ energy usage by 80%. Furthermore, it will be a renewable energy producer, generating 20 kWp of photovoltaic energy, partially powering the adjacent building – the project’s first phase which is already in operation.

This technically intricate endeavour has earned accolades from its client, also a customer of Eiffage Construction in France, for its execution in record time.