Javier Callejas|Javier Callejas|Javier Callejas|Javier Callejas|Javier Callejas||The building retains the seclusion of its old life as a convent garden|Porthole-shaped skylights pierced the ceilings on the ground floor|The building’s double skin of glass helps to regulate temperature|In the two sandstone-walled inner courtyards, nature is firmly tamed|The walled complex in context, as part of the ancient city of Zamora||
22 Nov 2012

Junta Castilla y León offices by Alberto Campo Baeza

Words by Dominic Lutyens

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