The Science Park brings together a community of some 3,000 people, representing 68 nationalities. This wealth of diversity has been recognised with a small tribute to the nationalities with the highest number of workers.


Accordingly, to provide new common spaces, different artistic works were carried out during 2021 in different areas of the Cluster II building, known as coffee corners. These are spaces located in different corridors of the building that the Park has turned into a meeting point for its community. Six coffee corners have been decorated with artistic interventions. In each of the spaces, the aim was to pay tribute to the foreign nationalities with the largest populations in the Park’s community: India, France, Italy, Germany, the United Kingdom and Portugal.

Each space has been decorated with a large vinyl map with a city depicting one of these countries, designed by Canadian artist Jazzberry Blue, and an illustration of a typical coffee from each country, commissioned to local artists Giulia Neri (Italy), Eric Puybaret (France), Ayeshe Sadr & Ishaan Dasgput (India), Miranda Sofroniou (United Kingdom) and Marusha Belle (Portugal).