This project intends to be a new city icon, creating a façade which will become a surrounding of light and vegetation; an urban lamp. The intervention is arranged over two floors with the staff quarters covered by illuminated panels and an open plan floor facing the sea, with mobile panels make up different spaces or an open area, of several uses, depending on preference. The panels on the façade allow to regulate the entrance of light without altering the view. On the upper floor, a space has been designed which has a plan of offices and on the last level, a space for parties and events has been designed that also has a garden and a semi-covered area with pergolas.

Location: Luanda, Angola
Year: 2012
Size: 940 m2
Collaborator Architect: Irving de la Rosa