Gamesa new building in Sarriguren (Spain) has implemented a new heating system implementing radiant ceiling. It is based on a microtubes reticula that distributes the hot water.
The system was developed by BeKa Systems and designed for this building in close collaboration with Naven Engineering and Movinord Climatización. The main difficulty and complexity of this case was the geometry of the building. Its circular design made compulsory to create different frames of ceiling: some wider, some narrower.
You can find more information in the architecture studio website Vaillo + Irigaray.