Architectural Conversions

Architectural Conversions
By Gallego and Mota Arquitectos
Málaga architects José Antonio Mota and Isidro Gallego renovated an old building from 1961 located in Calle Hilera in Málaga and have converted it into one of the most iconic buildings in the city, thanks to its innovative architectural design and unique infrastructure.
Architectural Conversions
By Gallego and Mota Arquitectos
Málaga architects José Antonio Mota and Isidro Gallego renovated an old building from 1961 located in Calle Hilera in Málaga and have converted it into one of the most iconic buildings in the city, thanks to its innovative architectural design and unique infrastructure.
The building is owned by the Grupo Vértice, a business group specialising in training and new technologies.
 
  
 
Architectural Conversion is the commitment that we at Gallego and Mota Arquitectos make to confront the lack of emotion in most of the architecture that surrounds us every day. It is a way of developing architecture by analysing the potential and the prospects of an existing building and its use, with the objective of proposing a transformation which would afford it new features and purposes.
Society is moving towards accepting architecture as an integral part of its identity.
People need the spaces where we live our lives to stop being inert components and to evolve into environments that empower our lives and dreams. Architecture is converted into a stimulus, an incentive and even into an image of ourselves and our businesses.
 
  
 
The corporate image of business groups and institutions is directly linked to innovative architectural proposals. Having confidence in creative capacity, sensitivity, reflection and architectural intuition is the best guarantee of success as opposed to mere productive activity.
The building has an automatic adjustment system for the air conditioning and at night the areas for maintenance access are illuminated with LED light bulbs, which the building uses to change colour.