CAJA MADRID HEADQUARTERS AND COMPUTATION CENTRE 1995
“...the architect’s work, even in the small constructional details, is never exempt of inventiveness. To observe Caja Madrid’s multiple registers, for example, is to enjoy a collection of inventions, which redirect materials or elements never before arranged in this fashion. Even with regard to the relative arrangement of illumination, ventilation or available uses. The task of the architect here involves taming industry, which becomes reinforced through its improved versatility.”
source: Mariano Bayón-”dealing with the work of Pérez Pita and Junquera” In Junquera-Pérez Pita 1969-1999 Madrid 2002., Ed. C.O.A.M. Foundation.