Mobility Observatory First Symposium
MADC has participated in the Mobility Observatory First Symposium, organized by El Español and Invertia. Specifically, the session “Challenges for a new city model and sustainable mobility“, held on Tuesday, November 24, 2020, had the participation of renowned experts: Miguel Hernández, Director of Strategy for DCN (North Castellana District); Martha Thorne, Dean of the IE School of Architecture and Design; Flavio Tejada, director of Arup Cities in Europe; Guillermo Maldonado, CEO of TEMA Grupo Consultor; Javier Torralba, president at Bream Spain; Miguel Ángel Díaz Camacho, architect, and director at MADC. President of the Sustainability and Architecture Association (ASA).
FIRST PRICE. CASTELLANA 19. MADRID
It’s official!!! 1st PRICE!!! Together with Ruiz-Larrea & Asociados we have won the competition for the renovation of this magnificent historical building, Paseo de la Castellana 19, Madrid. 2020 June (more information coming soon).
Architects: Antonio Gómez, César Ruiz-Larrea, Gorka Álvarez, Miguel Ángel Díaz Camacho.
Collaborators: Almudena Antolín Moreno, Emilio García Navarro, José María González Luzardo, Olga Tykhonova, Zoltan Valbuena Berrio.
Engineering: Calter, JG Ingenieros, Proskene.
Render: ManuFacturas. Manuel Monteserín.
MADC will take part at the Forum of Cities, Medellín Dialogues
MADC will take part at the Forum of Cities, Medellín Dialogues, June 13-15, 2019, Plaza Mayor, Medellin (Colombia): 200 lecturers + 50 Spanish cities + 6 Latin American cities + 48 partner organizations + 25 national & international government agencies + 21 professional associations … Come if you are around!
Workshop and seminar on “City Branding” at Karel de Grote University College.
We are very happy to announce that MADC will be giving a workshop and seminar on “City Branding” at Karel de Grote University College, Antwerp (Belgium). This South Campus of KdG accommodate 5.500 students and 500 employees starting from academic year 2016-2017. KdG. Nationalestraat 5, 2000 ANTWERPEN, 2019, May 6-10th.
“Thousand Suns Library” winner of the competition for the creation of a new Public Library in Villaverde, Madrid.
It’s official!!! The proposal “Thousand Suns Library”, submitted by MADC, has finally been the winner of the competition for the creation of a new Public Library in Villaverde, Madrid. The competition has been addressed by the Madrid City Council and organized in collaboration with COAM. Read more here: COAM / EL PAÍS / METALOCUS
Models: Almudena Antolín Moreno / Visuals: Zoltan Valbuena Berrio.
Lecture in the conference “Productive Neighbourhoods” at ETSASS, UPV, ETSA San Sebastian.
Next Wednesday, February 13th, MADC will be lecturing at ETSASS, UPV, ETSA San Sebastian, as part of the seminar and conference program “Productive Neighbourhoods”. The “Architectural Design Studio” course is run by Ibon Salaberria and Jon Muniategiandikoetxea, on this occasion students must solve the regeneration of an industrial area with lot of potential for urban transformation, as it is strategically located in the city centre of Zarautz.
MADC and the Architecture and Sustainability Association (ASA) will lead the group “City and Sustainable Territory”.
Today we attended the implementation of the CSCAE Observatory of Architecture, a new tool for the Spanish sector around the 2030 Urban Agenda. The observatory has the endorsement of the 2030 High Commission and UN-HABITAT among others. MADC and the Architecture and Sustainability Association (ASA) will lead the working group City and Sustainable Territory, together with a large group of collaborating institutions and companies.
“Architecture and Climate Change” is finally published, a book co-edited by Arquia Foundation and Catarata Publishers.
NEW BOOK!!! Today “Architecture and Climate Change” is published, a book co-edited by Arquia Foundation and Catarata Publishers with illustrations by Clara Nubiola and written by MADC (only Spanish version for now). This book is the result of many years of research and real environmental-friendly building processes It also integrates the learning experience accumulated during the six years that MADC ran the Master in Architecture & Energy (2010-16 ESAYT, Madrid).