Within the framework of Castellana 81’s commitment to accessibility and a diverse society, the building has obtained the highest DIGA grading (Hallmark of Level of Accessibility) -5 stars- in the category of unique building built before 2010.
This makes Castellana 81 the first unique office building in Spain to hold the highest level of DIGA certification for persons with disabilities, senior citizens and pregnant women.
Created by the Shangri-La Foundation, DIGA certification takes into account functional diversity standards, including physical, sensory and cognitive criteria, so that any person, regardless of their condition, can move about the building comfortably and safely.
In November 2017, the building was awarded the 2017 DIGA Accessibility Award by the Shangri-La Foundation.
Renovations implemented at Castellana 81 include physical, sensory and cognitive measures, which have enhanced usability while upholding criteria such as modernity, elegance and the avant-garde, thereby demonstrating that incorporating accessibility is compatible with functionality.