Architects.- Atxu Amann Alcocer, Andrés Cánovas Alcaraz, Nicolás Maruri González de Mendoza.
Associated Architect.- Adelino Magalhaes.
Landscape.- João Nunes, Carlos Ribas.
Collaborators.- Ana Marques, Ana Margarida Henriques, Andrea Battocchi, Miguel Sousa, Stuart Malcom, Justyna Ziolkowska.
Housing area.- 10.798.
102 housing units.
139 parking spaces.
Site area.- 15.743 m².
Number of floors.- 5 + 1.
Amann, Cánovas, Maruri, architecture firm established by: Atxu Amann Alcocer, Andrés Cánovas Alcaraz and Nicolás Maruri Mendoza.
Atxu Amann Alcocer. Madrid 1961. Architect by the ETSA of Madrid. Doctorate from ETSAM with outstanding Cum Llaude, 2007. Urban Planning Technician from the Urban Studies Center of I.E.A.L. (M.A.P.) Scholar of the Technische Hoschule of Darmstadt (Germany) in CAAD. Director of the magazine Arquitectos. Director of the Postgraduate courses in Editorial Design for the European Social Fund. Professor in the postgraduate courses of Editorial Graphic Design at the Faculty of Fine Arts of Madrid. Professor of the Department of Architectural Graphic Ideation of ETSAM
Andrés Cánovas Alcaraz. Cartagena 1958. Architect by the School of Architecture of Madrid. Prometheus Scholarship at Tecniche Hoschule. Darmstatd. Germany. Director of the "Monographs of Architects" Collection. Director of the "Monographs of Buildings" Collection, Director of the "Crítica de Arquitectura" Collection, Director and editor of the magazine Arquitectos, 1987-2006, Professor of the CSDM of the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Faculty of Fine Arts of the Complutense University, European Design Institute, Coordinator of several postgraduate courses in Graphic Design Editorial in the Faculty of Fine Arts, the European Institute of Design and the European Social Fund. Faculty of Fine Arts, UCM, Professor of the Master of Aesthetics and Theory of Arts of the Autonomous University, Professor of Design Master of the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Salamanca, Professor of the Master of Intervention in the Heritage of the ETSAM Professor of the Tourism Master of the UPC of Barcelona.
He has been secretary of the Final Project Project Tribunal at ESTAM. UPM. Deputy Director of the Spanish Architecture Biennial. Director of the Summer Course at the University of Almería. Visiting Professor at the Universities of Salamanca, San Sebastián, La Coruña, Seville, Navarra, Valencia, Polytechnic of Cartagena, SEK of Segovia, Alfonso X, Advanced Architecture Institute of Barcelona, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, London AA, Montpellier, Rome Tre , Calgliari, Toulouse, Javeriana from Bogotá, Chicago IIT and Arizona CAPLA. He is a professor of Projects of the ETSAM Academic Coordinator of the MCH of the ETSAM. UPM and Director of the Projects area. Professor of the subject "Sociology of Housing".
Nicolás Maruri Mendoza. Madrid 1961. Architect by the School of Architecture of Madrid. Doctorate from ETSAM with outstanding Cum Llaude, 2007. Prometheus Scholarship at Tecniche Hoschule Darmstatd. Germany. Master's Degree in Building from Columbia University. NY. He is a professor in the Projects Department of ETSAM. He has been: Secretary of the Court of the ETSAM End-of-Degree Project and Visiting Professor at the University of Arizona. He has given conferences in London AA, San Sebastian, SEK of Segovia.
Adelino Magalhaes. Architect. Faculdade de Arquitectura do Porto (FAUP) 1997. SCHOLARSHIP ERASMUS Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid (ETSAM), and with Leonard for developed his training as an architect. He has realized postgraduate studies in Cooperation for Human Settlements Development in Third Wold Countries about urban and habitability instruments applied in Latin America. He has been professor at Universidad Europea de Madrid.
AMM architecture is the continuation of the professional career of Adelino Magalhaes: who co-founded F8 architecture and directed the Madrid studio between 2000 and 2010, was part director of works at the Reina Sofía Museum of Contemporary Art, by Jean Nouvel, and is currently a professor of projects at the Polytechnic University of Madrid and recently, already as AMM architecture, it has won several international architecture competitions that are taking place in Luxembourg, Switzerland, Spain and Portugal. His 20 years of experience in projects and works in Madrid allow him to know the local professional environment perfectly, with a good knowledge of local regulations regarding schools and extensions as well as having a wide network of contacts of different professionals in the sector of construction.
The studio has extensive experience in schools in the Community of Madrid since 2012 when it won the first prize for the development of a public-private management school in Humanes. AMM developed the basic project and execution of the school, with a capacity for 600 students of infant, primary and secondary education, canteen services and sports areas. In addition to the project for the main building, the temporary school was developed and built in parallel for the rehousing of students during the duration of the works. In addition to the Santo Ángel school, AMM has carried out several rehabilitation and expansion works in educational centres, such as the conditioning of common areas of the UNED teaching centre in Segovia.