Fundación Cerezales Antonino y Cinia by Alejandro Zaera Polo & Maider Llaguno

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AZPML (Alejandro Zaera Polo Y Maider Llaguno)
Executive Project
AZPML: Alejandro Zaera-Polo and Maider Llaguno with Pep Wennberg, Javier Ponce, Vanessa de Sa and Nuno Pinto
Basic project
AZPML: Alejandro Zaera-Polo and Maider Llaguno with Pep Wennberg, Ravi Lopes, Thomas Harlander, Robert Berenguer, Valentina Esposito, Paulina Kalska, Marta Korzek, Małgorzata Szymańska, Przemyslaw Wawrzynek.
Measurements budget and project management.- José María Cerrato - Ignacio Chóliz. Structures Consultant : BOMA INPASA (Concrete): Agustí Obiol with Nacho Costales; EGOIN (Wood): Peio Gorroño with Jesús Mari Porturas. Facilities Consultant.- ATRES80: Joan Escanelles with David Cervero, Patricia Camacho. Acoustic Consultant.- Jaime Llinares. Sustainability Consultant.- LAVOLA: Xavier Bustamante with Josep Carrera and Milena Ràfols. Industrial Design and Interior Design.- Juan Manuel Villanueva.
Fundación Cerezales Antonino Y Cinia
Completion Date
April 2017
Total Area
2800 m²
Budget (PEM)
3,5 M€

Alejandro Zaera-Polo

Alejandro Zaera-Polo is an architect and co-founder of London, Zurich and Princeton-based Alejandro Zaera-Polo and Maider Llaguno Architecture (AZPML).He graduated from the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid with Honors and obtained an MARCH2 degree from Harvard GSD with Distinction. He worked at OMA in Rotterdam prior to establishing first FOA in 1993, and AZPA in 2011, the vehicles where he has developed a successful international professional practice since.

In parallel to his professional activities, Alejandro Zaera-Polo has developed a substantial role within academia. He was the Dean of the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam and currently occupies the Berlage Chair at the Technical university of Delft. He is also a Visiting Professor at Princeton University and the first recipient of the Norman R. Foster Visiting Professorship at Yale. He has published extensively as a theorist in El Croquis, Quaderns, A+U, Arch+, Volume, Log and many other international magazines and is a member of the London School of Economics Urban Age project.




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