The Spanish branch of iGuzzini is celebrating thirty years of activity this year. Inaugurated in 1988, in the Catalan municipality of Rubì, iGuzzini Iberica's headquarters moved to Sant Cugat del Vallès in 2011 in a building designed by architect Josep Mias. The architect renamed the new structure "Il Cielo/The Sky" owing to its shape - an aerostatic globe which seems about to depart. This building is a best practice example in term of sustainability.
Thanks to the Spanish branch, iGuzzini has developed strong client relationships within the country. This has allowed the company to be involved in important projects from the whole of the Iberian Peninsula. To cite just a few of them: Hotel Garonda, Palma de Mallorca; Hotel Ohla Eixample, Barcelona; El Corte Ingles, Zaragoza; Hotel Zenit, Seville; Casa Fisher, Almeria; Botín Center for Arts and Culture, Santander; CaixaForum Cultural Center, Barcelona; The city of culture, Santiago de Compostela; Art Center of Tauromachia, Malaga; Plaza de San Juan and Jenaro Etxeandía, Irún; Asturias Museum of Fine Arts, Oviedo; and the Terminal 4 Madrid-Barajas Airport, Madrid.