AeI Headquarters / Arquitectura e Interiores

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Architects: Arquitectura e Interiores, AeI
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Design Department Director: Juan Pablo Campos
Design Quality Coordinator: Natalia Heredia
Architect Designer: Ignacio Arciniegas
Construction Department Director: Daniel Salcedo
Project Coordinator: Alfonso Llanos
Architect Building Supervisor: Maria Fernanda Correa
Project Director: Marta Gallo
General Manager / Partner: Juliana Fernandez
Project area: 910 sqm
Photographs: Andres Valbuena

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When we started to think about building our new headquarters in a sustainable way, we think about the basic elements as light, interior air quality, water and comfort to create a space not only efficient in energy consumption, but in a work place healthier for our 90 employees, suppliers and customers.

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This project is part of the pioneering construction group in Colombia to be registered for LEED certification in sustainable design and construction in the country.

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LEES is a system to certify the design, construction and the operation of buildings environmentally sustainable. It is based on a scoring system that includes different criteria such as energy efficiency, water use, materials used, impact on the environment and environmental indoor quality.

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The project is located in the city of Bogota in the Cra. 14 No. 98 – 51 in the AeI building constructed on a previously developed urban lot. The offices occupy about 1000 square feet on floors 2 and 3 of the building and were designed and built by the same company. The building was also designed by AeI and built by CURE Architects.

The offices consist of a reception, open office, private offices for the management of the company, meeting rooms, thinking room, library and sample room, computer center, copy center, bathrooms and terrace cafeteria.

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Cite: "AeI Headquarters / Arquitectura e Interiores" 04 Mar 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 24 May 2015. <>