Guardian Glass Project: E8 Building

E8 Building
Photo source
© Aleix Bagué

Date: 29 June 2020

Architects Juan Coll-Barreu and Daniel Gutierrez of Coll-Barreu Arquitectos have created a remarkable-looking structure, which makes clever use of solar control glass – Guardian SunGuard Solar Light Blue 52.

The E8 Building in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain, is the result of a design competition to help highlight the ambitious expansion of Alava Technology Park. Architects Juan Coll-Barreu and Daniel Gutierrez of Coll-Barreu Arquitectos have created a remarkable-looking structure, which makes clever use of solar control glass – Guardian SunGuard Solar Light Blue 52.

E8 Building
© Aleix Bagué

The building is designed with a climate control strategy in mind, which is based on an internal, isolated waterproof shell and an exterior, ventilated glass envelope that works like a parasol, shading the building from the sun. In winter, the intermediate chamber acts like a mattress, insulating the building from the cold outside. On warm days, the interior façade is cooled by the pressure differences within the envelope system. This results in significant savings in energy consumption and reductions in emissions.

E8 Building
© Aleix Bagué
E8 Building
© Aleix Bagué

COUNTRY: Spain

CITY: Vitoria-Gasteiz

ARCHITECT: Coll-Barreu Arquitectos

GLASS PROCESSOR: Invitec

PRODUCT:

600450 Guardian Glass Project: E8 Building glassonweb.com

Others also read

Like shining armour, slightly mirrored glass covers the dynamically arched facades and roofs of the towers, allowing light to flood the interiors.
Healthy daylight, free solar heating, excellent thermal insulation and an unimpeded view of nature: these are the attributes of the modern wood and glass house whose expansive glass façades make nature a constant companion.
Face Time 2020: Better Buildings through Better Skins
The facade of yellow brick decorative art style, unified transparent rectangular glass window and simple three-dimensional vertical line decoration, represent the modern historical background of Shanghai and high-end design aesthetic feeling.
With the vast array of Tecglass ceramic ink colors the creative possibilities are endless.

Add new comment

From industry

Polígono Industrial El Bayo, parcela I, 19
24492 Cubillos del Sil León
Spain

52 Corniche El-Nil, AL-SHARIFAIN Tower 10th Floor,
Maadi,
Cairo Governorate
11728
Egypt

Fase Poligono Industrial Lalin 2000,
36512 Lalín Pontevedra
Spain