A sustainable commitment to the island’s natural environment

On the stunning island of Lanzarote, a place of volcanic beauty and a deep connection with nature, the innovative architectural project of Paseo LASAL was born. Aware of the importance of preserving and protecting this unique environment, LASAL has been created in perfect harmony with the island and its sustainable development.

From the design to the materials used, every aspect of the LASAL building has been carefully considered to respect and care for the surrounding nature. The use of organic and ecological materials sourced directly from Lanzarote, not only integrates elegantly into the landscape, but also reduces the amount of concrete used and reuses the natural materials available in the area.

Paseo LASAL not only embraces sustainability in its construction, but also uses geothermal energy as a source of energy for the air conditioning of its facilities. Geothermal energy, an innovative and environmentally friendly form of energy, uses heat from within the earth to generate electricity and provides hot water and energy for heating and air conditioning systems.

The restoration of the Berrugo salt mills on Paseo LASAL

At Paseo LASAL, the conservation and enhancement of Lanzarote’s architectural and cultural heritage plays an important role. The refurbishment of two old mills of the Berrugo salt flats, located in this avant-garde architectural complex, is a tribute to the history of the island and its salt-making tradition.
These mills, living testimonies and witnesses to the salt activity of past centuries, have become, thanks to LASAL, points of interest and attraction, where visitors can travel back in time and understand the importance of salt in the economy and culture of Lanzarote.
The restoration of these mills has been carried out with the aim of preserving the essence and character of these historic constructions, but also to give them a new purpose. Now, these mills will serve as spaces for cultural, recreational, scientific and didactic activities, enriching urban life and fostering the connection of the local community with its past.