The international law firm ONTIER moves its corporate headquarters to the “Habana” building in Madrid
The international law firm ONTIER moves its corporate headquarters to the “Habana” building in Madrid. The move will take place in September 2022 and will contribute to accompany its growth and reinforce its commitment to sustainability, innovation and collaborative work.
ONTIER’s new headquarters has a surface area of 4,356 m2, 4 floors, more than 800 m2 of surrounding garden and almost 600 m2 of landscaped attic. The building, located in Madrid’s business district, occupies an entire block on the central Paseo de la Habana connected to the Castellana axis.
The closing of the “Habana” operation before the completion of the building works has generated important synergies between ONTIER and ÁRIMA, allowing the project to be aligned with the needs and business model of the firm and maximising efficiencies. ONTIER also has the collaboration of the Álvarez-Sala -EAS- architecture studio, in the design of spaces to promote a dynamic and collaborative work concept.
Pedro Rodero, managing partner of ONTIER Spain, said: “With our change of headquarters to Havana we want to match the growth and revitalise the excitement of the ONTIER work experience with a new way of sharing and thinking big with our teams, clients and collaborators.”
Together with the Construcía Group, pioneers in circular construction, ONTIER has implemented an innovative model of sustainable construction, positive for the ecosystem and for health and well-being. Habana also has charging points in more than 25% of its parking spaces, and is the only office building in Madrid with a façade made of Krion by Porcelanosa, an active material that increases the health and safety of the space.
ONTIER, which has offices in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Mexico, Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Paraguay, USA and Chile, begins a new stage of global expansion, betting on a sectorial work model and promoting global teams that can accompany clients with a comprehensive knowledge and vision, said spokespersons.