Therefore, we have tried to answer the four categories the way which postulates semiotic tradition:
On one hand, IMAGE, which is something that conveys, that remind us of something. In our case, order, cleanliness, neat… it is transmitted through the compositions of facades.
SYMBOL, which is something that represents the building. In our case that it turns into an example of its kind.
CONCEPT, which is formed by the building type that has been chosen. That choice vary from the functional building (in our case) to the machine building, where everything should work perfectly.
And finally, ICON. You have to find a shape that for its uniqueness and rotundity, is able to captivate and capture the collective subconscious.
The features of the facade used produce that, along the day, the composition of the façade vary.
In the south facade
First state, the evening: it is understood as an enlightened lamp through the slats, it provides a consistent and coherent image.
Second state, work: during working hours, opening windows-slats (horizontal) produces a dynamic effect of hollow-visors, of variable composition depending on the number of open holes. This effect is accentuated by having the intrados of the windows in different colors.