Olatz Maestre (Bilbao, 1976). An architect specializing in Urban Planning from the University of Navarre (ETSAUN) since 2002. Olatz joined IDOM in 2002, where she has developed her professional activity ever since. Among her most important works for public bodies and authorities are the drafting of projects and site supervision of the Renovation of the Old Metropolitan Seminary in Zaragoza as the New Municipal Administrative Centre (1st "Accessibility Award 2008"), or the New Headquarters Building for the Provincial Court of Zaragoza. Olatz has also done work related to transport services, like the Calatayud Bus Station (Finalist in the 2011 Garcia Mercadal Awards) and the Workshops and Garages Building for the tram in Tenerife; or sports facilities such as Zaragoza’s Helios Swimming Center’s General services building (Finalist in the 2013 Garcia Mercadal Awards), or the drafting of sport installations like the swimming pools of the Abechuco sports complex and the San Andres Civic Centre in Vitoria. Several of these works have been published in various journals. She recently participated in the design of a “zero emmissions building" for the University of Zaragoza.
Eduardo Aragüés (Zaragoza, 1970), graduated from the School of Architecture of the University of Navarra. Idom Partner and Managing Partner of the ACXT office in Zaragoza. In 1997 he joined IDOM/ACXT where he has carried out, as director of ACXT projects, important interventions like the new Calatayud Bus Station (Finalist, 2010 Garcia Mercadal Awards), the Remodelling and Extension of the SAICA 1 facilities in Zaragoza (Commended, 2006 Ricardo Magdalena Awards; 2007 Accessibility Award; Shortlisted, Future category, 2009 National Congress of Architects), the new PIERALISI España Headquarters (Commended, 2009 Ricardo Magdalena Awards) and the New Hotel Plaza Center (Finalist. XXXI Ricardo Magdalena Awards, Chair of Architecture. Fernando el Catolico Foundation). At this moment he is working in the New Radiopharmaceuticals Production Laboratories at Hospital Universitario Virgen de la Arrixaca, Murcia.
Antonio Lorén Collado graduated from the School of Architecture of the University of Navarra and has been working for Idom ACXT since 1998.He is a professor of Integration II and Projects II at the School of Architecture of the University of Saint George. He is responsible for projects such as the remodelling of the BBV Banks HQ building in Paseo de la Castellana in Madrid, the remodelling and extension of the SAICA1 facilities in Zaragoza, the Elias Martinez Santiago Residence for the elderly people belonging to the IASS in Zaragoza, the Urban river park Tenerias – Las Fuentes on the Ebro riverside in Zaragoza (First Prize. XXX Ricardo Magdalena Awards, Chair of Architecture. Fernando el Catolico Foundation. 2009 Commended. XXIV edition of the Garcia Mercadal Awards 2009 Shortlisted, VI Landscape European Biennale. COAC, UPC, Regional Government of Catalonia) the Walqa Technology Park Headquarters in Huesca (2nd prize. "My favourite building" exhibition. Category: FUTURE), the Vehicle Research Institute in Alcañiz and the New Hotel Plaza Center (Finalist. XXXI Ricardo Magdalena Awards, Chair of Architecture. Fernando el Catolico Foundation). At this moment he is working in a New Research Laboratories in the "Campus Río Ebro" for the "Universidad de Zaragoza".