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Savills completes Design & Build of Belgian company Besix Red headquarters in Portugal

The consultancy’s Architecture department was instructed to develop the Design & Build for the Fit Out of the space belonging to the Duque de Loulé 106 building.

Continuing its growth strategy in Portugal, Besix Red, a real estate development company, has chosen the last available space in the Duque de Loulé 106 building to establish its headquarters in Portugal, an operation advised by the Savills Office department.

In a second phase, and with the aim of transforming and enhancing this space, the Savills Architecture team was commissioned by the client to develop the Design & Build project for the company's latest office in Lisbon, with an intervention area of 200 sq.m.

The industrial ambiance set the tone for the design of the spaces, favouring the creation of areas with a relaxed identity, where the corporate colour palette merges with the green of the biophilic elements. Natural light is one of the main elements in the layout of the workspaces, all of which are open-plan, and also in the two existing meeting rooms.

Nicolas Goffin, Country Director, BESIX RED Portugal: “Our collaboration with the Savills architecture team for the new offices on Avenida Duque de Loulé has been a real success. Our commitment to creating real estate experiences that prioritise ESG values, well-being and innovation for our clients also extends to our own team. We have gone to great lengths to incorporate this philosophy into our office environment. We are excited to further consolidate our presence in Portugal and have no doubt that the new workspace will complement this mission”.

Mariana Lucena, Senior Architect at Savills, points out: “The creation of a modern and dynamic space was the main requirement by the client from the outset. Being part of the Design & Build project for Besix Red’s headquarters in Portugal was a challenge characterised by great ambition which, combined with close collaboration between both parties throughout the process, resulted in a result that met the client's expectations”.

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