Our team is formed by three architects with an stablished office in Madrid: bammm, architecture office. All of them with experience in research, construction, as well as teaching. Our different backgrounds have provided us with a great cultural learning and a more global vision of what it means to make architecture in the twenty-first century.
Alan Cortez: (Guadalajara, MX, 1988) is Master in Architecture by ITESO, Guadalajara (2012), also Master in Advanced Architecture Projects in 2014 by the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid —ETSAM—, Technical University of Madrid — UPM —; an architect who has been selected two times to Mexico’s Architecture Biennial with different built projects.
Borja Sallago: (Seville, ES, 1988) is Master in Architecture by the Higher Technical School of Architecture — ETSAS —, University of Seville (2012) with Honors. He has worked on Cruz y Ortiz arquitectos from October 2012 to June 2013. Master in Advanced Architecture Projects in 2014 by the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid —ETSAM—, Technical University of Madrid — UPM —. He received “LaCaixa” Foundation Grant 2014-2018 to make his Doctorate and he works in GIVCO Research Group (Collective Housing) and teaches as PhD Assistant in Projects 3+4 subjects at ETSAM as well as in Master in Architectural Communication — MAca —, UPM. PhD research stay and teaching in Aalto University (FI) from April-November 2016.
Manuel Pinilla: (Seville, ES, 1986) is Master in Architecture by the Higher Technical School of Architecture — ETSAS —, University of Seville (2010); He has worked on 2DRarquitectos from 2010 to 2012; second prize on Hispalyt Pavillion for the Architecture Biennial in Venice, and recent work in Spain.
Nuestro equipo está formado por tres arquitectos con estudio establecido en Madrid: bammm, architecture office. Todos ellos con experiencia en el campo de la investigación, construcción, y la docencia. Los diferentes contextos de donde vienen cada uno de ellos, les dota de un gran bagaje cultural y de una visión más global de lo que significa hacer arquitectura en el siglo XXI.