Hotel Óscar, Madrid

Conversion of an old office building in Plaza de Pedro Zerolo in the Chueca district into a hotel.

The most important aspect of this project was transforming the original structure of the office building to accommodate a hotel with a roof-top pool and changing the entire vertical access system. The design and rollout of the services required for the new hotel use was also part of the brief.

The facade envelope, with an aluminium structure for the glass curtain wall, was one of the most significant chapters of the intervention and involved the use of exceptional materials like Yugoslavia white marble to clad the main staircase. The metalwork was another challenging aspect of the project, featuring the production of special stainless steel elements in the reception area and glass decorations for the headboards in the rooms.