The building reconciles two very different functions: the teaching function and the operational function required of any industrial training activity. The resulting building has a double-height space suitable for vehicle access and for manipulating mechanical products, and a two-storey area reserved for classrooms and offices.
Indirect natural light dominates the working space to give the training activities adequate comfort. To achieve this, the design has a metal saw-tooth roof with north-facing lights. The south-facing surfaces are used for solar panels that collect the highest possible amounts of solar radiation.
There was a deadline of four months from the start of the project until the date of inauguration. INMAA’s success lies in the use of a prefabricated system that solves the architectural and engineering challenge in an integrated manner and effective management coordinating the whole process.