back to: data center



Designing a Data Center means transposing in infrastructural terms IT and technological requisites such as physical security, control, redundancy, business continuity and disaster recovery and making them available to customers. In a multi-client Data Center, the needs are not defined a priori, which is why the design guarantees high degrees of freedom in terms of space allocation.

The exploration of the relationship between user and infrastructure leads to the design of a building with strong aesthetic and symbolical values, while at the same time ensuring compliance with the installation and technological needs.
A Data Center, which by its very nature is a critical, delicate and hyper-technological infrastructure, is viewed as a complex organism that blends in with the fabric of the other infrastructures present around it, creating a new ecosystem.