Gallery: Wood-Clad Environmental HQ in Spain is A Green Gathering Place

Image Pedro Pegenaute

A new public building in Zaragoza, Spain is much more than a set of offices for the city’s environmental services department — it is also a beautiful extension of the public park next to the Ebro River. Magén Arquitectos added a plethora of sustainable features like solar panels, rain catchment, and a green roof, but they also turned the building into a public gathering place — with an outdoor amphitheater, meeting rooms, and a path that transverses the roof.

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