Real Madrid to get new headquarters designed by Rafael de La-Hoz

The design of the building is made of a set of two parallelepiped-shaped volumes. 

November 06, 2015 |
Real Madrid gets new headquarters designed by Rafael de La-Hoz

The design of the building is made of a set of two parallelepiped-shaped volumes. Renderings courtesy of Rafael de La-Hoz Arquitectos

The design by Spanish firm Rafael de La-Hoz Arquitectos has been selected to be the new headquarters of Spanish soccer team Real Madrid, ArchDaily reports.

According to a statement from the firm, which worked in collaboration with building company Ferrovial Agromán, the scheme aims at “unifying services, modernizing administrative offices and, more generally, addressing the challenges of the future.”

“The overall design of the building is made of a set of two parallelepiped-shaped volumes which adapt to the existing topography. The upper volume moves and looks towards the outside road while the other faces the training grounds of the sports city. All workplaces share a fluid, transversal space, flooded with light,” the firm said.

ArchDaily reports that the 86,111-sf building will be located in the Valdebebas sport city in Madrid. Construction on the project is expected to last 16 months.

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