The Institute of Statistics and Cartography of Andalusia was built in 1992 for the World Exposition that was hosted in Seville. The building was the New Zealand Pavilion that was built as a touristic building. After the end of the World Exposition, the pavilion was acquired by the public regional government and they built offices inside to host the whole Institute of Statistics and Cartography of Andalusia.
The building consists of basement, three floors and roof. The plot has an area of 3.529 square meters. One of the main challenges was to rebuilt the building into offices and the major project was related to the adaptation of the a ir conditioning to current usage conditions and energy requirements. Due to the existing facility was designed for an unlimited period of time and characteristics of use, it was needed to design a completely new air conditioning system.
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