The DWP was the first building of Milla Digital, inaugurated during the Expo Zaragoza 2008. This is the first building ever built whose external facades are fully integrated by digital water curtains. These curtains are digitally controlled and have integrated sensors, to achieve dynamic openings.
The four towers represent the most modern and futuristic Madrid. Construction began in 2004 and was inaugurated in late 2008 and early 2009. The official name of the complex is Cuatro Torres Business Area (CTBA).
The towers are located where the old Real Madrid Sports City was. Currently the area has open spaces, gardens and two twin sets of dry deck Digital water fountains and architectural fountains, illuminated at night with RGB LED lights, engineered by Lumiartecnia Internacional.
With the complicity of the night, warm lighting, the sound of water and selected relaxing music, spending a night in the waters and relaxation areas in Aquaxana is a unique experience. In this space come together water, natural light, lighting and sound elements that give life to a scenario that will develop a unique Aquatic Ballet unprecedented in thermal establishments. A real treat to share with your couple or with a small group of friends and enjoy the latest trend in spas: diving into the water while enjoying an amazing water show and benefiting from their thermal properties at night.
This innovative digital fountain fuses art and mathematics. The trigonometric functions are displayed on the fountain forming waves of variable frequency and length, generating an impressive moving water sculpture, reminiscent of the sound of the sea. The elegant basin design creates a transparent waterfall sliding down covering the granite stone construction.
The first three-dimensional fountain in the world. This state-of-the-art fountain behaves as a three-dimensional water sculpture continually evolving in an attractive and interactive way. This project is a breakthrough in the concept of architectural fountains.