A block of 140 apartments built in 1980 on the outskirts of Pamplona required an upgrade to improve the building’s thermal conditions. The operation focused on creating an insulated, ventilated skin on the outer side of the enclosure wall and replacing the aluminium window frames and roof insulation.
A two-tone polymer concrete skin with a slate and crumpled paper effect made a significant improvement to the building’s appearance, demonstrating its potential compared to the neighbouring brick façades.
The studio successfully applied for an energy rehabilitation subsidy from the Government of Navarra. As a result of the intervention, the building’s energy efficiency rose by several points and the market value of the apartments increased.