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“ATRIO is a place for all where people are encouraged to meet, interact and socialise. Through this open relationship with the city and its communities, we hope ATRIO will change perceptions of architecture and public space in Colombia”

Nayib Neme, President of Grupo A ATRIO lead investor

ATRIO is a major mixed-use commercial development in central Bogotá comprising two towers – North and South – with a large, open public space at ground level.

At 42 floors (201 metres) and 58 floors (268 metres) high respectively, the towers provide a total of more than 250,000 m² of office space, public services and retail with up to 72,000 people expected to pass through each day.

Together with an additional 10,000 m² of public space, which constitutes two thirds of the whole site area, the development is an important step in the regeneration of the area known as Centro Internacional, bringing new business, tourism, public transport and culture to city’s former business district.

The project delivery is in two phases, with the first building ATRIO North Tower creating more than 50,000 m² of flexible office space, 4,600 m² of public services and 1,800 m² of retail. Construction of the first phase began in December 2014 with preliminary excavations and is estimated to complete in late 2018.

A significant project deliverable is effective knowledge sharing between the international and Colombian firms, and RSHP is working closely with local architectural practice El Equipo de Mazzanti to ensure skills are transferred locally.

“ATRIO is a place for all where people are encouraged to meet, interact and socialise. Through this open relationship with the city and its communities, we hope ATRIO will change perceptions of architecture and public space in Colombia”

Nayib Neme, President of Grupo A ATRIO lead investor

ATRIO is a major mixed-use commercial development in central Bogotá comprising two towers – North and South – with a large, open public space at ground level.

At 42 floors (201 metres) and 58 floors (268 metres) high respectively, the towers provide a total of more than 250,000 m² of office space, public services and retail with up to 72,000 people expected to pass through each day.

Together with an additional 10,000 m² of public space, which constitutes two thirds of the whole site area, the development is an important step in the regeneration of the area known as Centro Internacional, bringing new business, tourism, public transport and culture to city’s former business district.

The project delivery is in two phases, with the first building ATRIO North Tower creating more than 50,000 m² of flexible office space, 4,600 m² of public services and 1,800 m² of retail. Construction of the first phase began in December 2014 with preliminary excavations and is estimated to complete in late 2018.

A significant project deliverable is effective knowledge sharing between the international and Colombian firms, and RSHP is working closely with local architectural practice El Equipo de Mazzanti to ensure skills are transferred locally.

“ATRIO is a place for all where people are encouraged to meet, interact and socialise. Through this open relationship with the city and its communities, we hope ATRIO will change perceptions of architecture and public space in Colombia”

Nayib Neme, President of Grupo A ATRIO lead investor

ATRIO is a major mixed-use commercial development in central Bogotá comprising two towers – North and South – with a large, open public space at ground level.

At 42 floors (201 metres) and 58 floors (268 metres) high respectively, the towers provide a total of more than 250,000 m² of office space, public services and retail with up to 72,000 people expected to pass through each day.

Together with an additional 10,000 m² of public space, which constitutes two thirds of the whole site area, the development is an important step in the regeneration of the area known as Centro Internacional, bringing new business, tourism, public transport and culture to city’s former business district.

The project delivery is in two phases, with the first building ATRIO North Tower creating more than 50,000 m² of flexible office space, 4,600 m² of public services and 1,800 m² of retail. Construction of the first phase began in December 2014 with preliminary excavations and is estimated to complete in late 2018.

A significant project deliverable is effective knowledge sharing between the international and Colombian firms, and RSHP is working closely with local architectural practice El Equipo de Mazzanti to ensure skills are transferred locally.

“ATRIO is a place for all where people are encouraged to meet, interact and socialise. Through this open relationship with the city and its communities, we hope ATRIO will change perceptions of architecture and public space in Colombia”

Nayib Neme, President of Grupo A ATRIO lead investor

ATRIO is a major mixed-use commercial development in central Bogotá comprising two towers – North and South – with a large, open public space at ground level.

At 42 floors (201 metres) and 58 floors (268 metres) high respectively, the towers provide a total of more than 250,000 m² of office space, public services and retail with up to 72,000 people expected to pass through each day.

Together with an additional 10,000 m² of public space, which constitutes two thirds of the whole site area, the development is an important step in the regeneration of the area known as Centro Internacional, bringing new business, tourism, public transport and culture to city’s former business district.

The project delivery is in two phases, with the first building ATRIO North Tower creating more than 50,000 m² of flexible office space, 4,600 m² of public services and 1,800 m² of retail. Construction of the first phase began in December 2014 with preliminary excavations and is estimated to complete in late 2018.

A significant project deliverable is effective knowledge sharing between the international and Colombian firms, and RSHP is working closely with local architectural practice El Equipo de Mazzanti to ensure skills are transferred locally.

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Patricia Andres
Alberto Aranda
Daniel Bazo
Pablo Codesido
Kelly Darlington
Laurence Day
Philip Dennis
Lorna Edwards
Mike Fairbrass
Lola Fernández
Vidal Fernandez Diez
Lorna Edwards
Vidal Fernandez
Freddy Fortich
Ana Belén Franco
Tobi Frenzen

Jason Garcia
Veronika Gliwa
Lennart Grut
Ivan Harbour
Dan Hanna
Ed Hiscock
Kinga Koren
Juan Laguna
James Leathem
Carmen Márquez
Steve Martin
Giancarlo Mazzanti
Ramon Mendoza
Mariola Merino
Humberto Mora
Pedro Morales

Matilde Napoleao
Vajini Pannila
Carmen Pena
Georgina Robledo
Richard Rogers
Michael Rudko
Anna Sebastia
Peter Shannon
Simon Smithson
Maria Taboada
Pedro Tasende
Angela Tobin
Ana Varona
Zoe Webber

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Date
2008-ongoing

Client
QBO Constructores S.A.S

Location
Bogota, Colombia

Construction cost
US$ 550 million

Height
201 and 268 metres

Office Area
250,000 m2

Public space
10,000 m2

Co-Architect
El Equipo Mazzanti

Structural Engineer
Arup / PyD

Services Engineer
Arup / Poch

Contractor
ARPRO - EllisDon

Planning Consultant
Claudia Sandoval

Lifts Engineer
Arup

Façade Engineer
Arup

Quantity Surveyor
Aecom

Traffic Engineer
Steer Davies Gleave