Based on strategies of functional organization and optimization of economic and energy resources, this project for Nordex, a manufacturer of technologies for obtaining energy from renewable sources, is located in the Sarriguren Innovation Park, in Navarre. On a triangular plot across a motorway, it considers the thermal and acoustic comfort of its workspaces, regulation of light, and the energy expended in construction, and complies with complex urbanistic and legal standards. Nordex Energy opts to rent its base in Spain, but wants the building to adapt to its needs in a way that engages in dialogue with the context. With this for a starting point, the concrete structure pursues the functionality and flexibility that can equip it for future changes. A versatile arrangement establishes bands serving different functions: offices and meeting rooms to the north, a large open-plan space at the center, and a bioclimatic space to the south, with a facade thought out to be seen from moving cars, in a play of depth and screens that change with points of view and speed.