Adaptation through volume fragmentation. LaScalA by MARMOLBRAVO + MADhel

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MARMOLBRAVO (Marina del Mármol, Mauro Bravo) + MADhel (Miguel Herraiz, Daniel Bergman).
Alfonso Sáenz.
Cuantitive surveyor.- Luís Calvo.
Engineers.- Mecanismo y eadAT.
VÍAS y construcciones, S.A.
Built surface above ground level.- 8725.88 m².
Built surface below ground.- 3847.24 m².
Total surface.- 12,573.12 m².
Project year.- 2010 First Prize contest.
Year of construction.- 2021.
C/ Peña Falconera, 2 and C/ Peña Amaya, 3 (garage), Puente de Vallecas district, Madrid. Spain.
2022 FIRST PRIZE Award Winners Technal HABITAR Collective Housing.
2022 FIRST PRIZE "collective housing" category Life Challenge 2022.
2022 MENTION Veteco Award Window category with LaScalA, 100 social housing for the EMVS.
2022 SELECTED ARCHITECTURE AWARDS 2022 Superior Council of Colleges of Architects (CSCAE), pending ruling.
Aluminum carpentry.- Technal.
SATE façade.- Baumit.
Shutter drawers.- Cajaislant.
False gallery ceiling.- Parklex.

Marina del Mármol, Mauro Bravo. MARMOLBRAVO

MARMOLBRAVO is an architecture studio led by Marina del Mármol (1979) and Mauro Bravo (1973), founding partners of UNTERCIO (2006-2015) and since 2015 of the MARMOLBRAVO studio. COAM collegiate architects whose work has been recognized with eight FIRST PRIZES in collective housing competitions and AWARDS for the best collective housing built work with Vallecas 47, 46 social housing, and LaScalA, 100 social housing. His work has been published in national and international specialized magazines. Likewise, they have given lectures on his works in national and international universities as well as in architects' colleges.

Marina del Mármol (1979. Madrid, Spain) is an architect from ETSAM (2005), and she obtained the Diploma of Advanced Studies in Architectural Projects in 2011. In 2000-2001 she studied in Holland, TUDelft. In 2006-2007 she collaborates in the Madrid Río project. She has taught project classes at ETSAM with the Luis Fernández-Galiano Teaching Unit and Interior and Industrial Design classes at IED, in addition to having coordinated workshops and conferences at different universities and professional forums.

Mauro Bravo (1973. Santiago, Chile) is an architect from ETSAM (2005) and has a degree in Fine Arts specializing in design from the Complutense University of Madrid (1996). After his research in the ETSAM Department of Graphic Ideation, he obtained the Advanced Studies Diploma in 2011. He has worked as a professor of Interior Design projects for the IED in Madrid. He has trained professionally in the Netherlands, TUDelft (2000-2001) and in Italy, Politecnico di Milano (1995-1996).

Daniel Bergman, Miguel Herraiz. MADhel

MADhel is an architecture studio based in Madrid, directed by Daniel Bergman (1978) and Miguel Herraiz (1978), founding partners of the UNTERCIO studio (2006-2015). Studio explores from the building to the city and from the city to the building, and will explore new challenges and technologies, such as sustainability and bim. An urban architecture linked to the city, with a special interest in housing and a close-scale urbanism that cares about and prepares the insertion of buildings.

Daniel Bergman (1978. Siboo, Finland) is an architect from ETSAM (2005), with an outstanding qualification and Extraordinary End of Degree Award. Master's Degree in Urbanism and Territory Planning in 2013 at the same university. Interested in collective housing, residential satisfaction evaluation methods, and housing quality, he understands design as a circular process of feedback and dialogue. He is also interested in the city and the interaction of mobility, space syntax and gis systems. Between 2003 and 2007 he worked at Javier Sáenz Guerra's studio in Madrid, with whom he participated in countless competitions, winning prizes in some (homes for EMVS, for example), and later at Auer and Sandâs in Finland, where he learned about standardization processes in information management to free up creative time.

Miguel Herraiz (1978. Madrid, Spain) is an architect from ETSAM (2005) and has a Master's in Analysis, Theory and History of Architecture from the same university. He specialist in collective housing. Experience acquired in the development of social housing projects for the EMVS for 10 years and 2 years for the PMH of Barcelona as a partner of the UNTERCIO studio. He combines professional work with academic work as a researcher at the ETSAM European Contemporary Collective Housing Research Group since 2012. He Design and curator of exhibitions with Nexatenaus. Criticism and consultancy in architecture and contemporary design.



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