The building

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    Floor 0

    Public area

    On the one hand, the ground floor performs a social function, serving the people who live and work in the neighbourhood. It is a space designed to promote associative initiative, which can be used by businesses, institutions and neighbourhood groups to arrange events, exhibitions and activities designed to promote civic and business synergies.

    However, it can also host events organized by KBi Digital and the projects and professionals located in the incubator.

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    Floor -1

    Dining and relaxation area

    A facility integrating the internal services for the users of KBi Digital, such as changing rooms and store rooms and, in particular, the dining area, a location which, it is hoped, will become an extension of the co-working spaces available throughout the building.

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    Floors 1-4


    Four floors approximately 200 m2 in size with furniture which can accommodate about 20 people per floor.

    With the aim of encouraging collaboration between companies and projects, these facilities have been designed as open spaces, with the possibility of adapting the layout of the tables and chairs to the convenience of the users. In addition, all the floors have a meeting room to provide greater privacy..

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    Floor 5

    Management personnel and training rooms

    Also 200 m2 in size, this floor is KBi Digital’s management area, accommodating the technical personnel assigned to the care and monitoring of the projects and professionals located in the incubator.

    It also has two training rooms, each able to seat about 20 people, with the resources necessary for the conducting of training workshops.

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    Floor 6


    The top floor has a bright area for up to 80 people, with different possibilities for their distribution, and two large terraces providing superb views of the city.

    This framework is ideal for the holding of conferences and presentations of products and services by the companies located there, as well as for the conducting of training activities.




A building constructed in 1960 for industrial use but never used became, 50 years later, a factory for creativity and innovation in the heart of the Bilbao neighbourhood of Matiko. It is a building at the service of a new city economy.

 It is an innovative building with an impressive facade, made up of galvanized steel cable trays illuminated by LED screens, giving it personality and a futuristic image, in keeping with the centre's philosophy. The property was built in the nineteen sixties by the Irazabal family which, in 2013, donated it to Bilbao City Council with the single condition that a place should be set up to promote economic development and social cohesion in the neighbourhood.