Project Detail

American School of Madrid | Master Plan

Master Plan for K–12 Campus | Madrid, Spain

The American School of Madrid (ASM) is a private, non-profit, American college-preparatory educational organization offering the traditional U.S. high school diploma, IB, and a unique Spanish “Programa Oficial” to approximately 950 students. ASM’s 4-hectare (10-acre) campus is home to four purpose built buildings including a lower, middle, and upper school buildings, and an athletics and science complex. The master plan proposes a dramatic re-imagining of the existing upper school building and construction of a new middle school.

Time Span 2017
Type Master Plan for K–12 Campus
Client American School of Madrid
Size 4 hectares (10 acres)
Design Team David Croteau, Principal-in-Charge; Kelley Banks, Project Manager
Renderings Michael Banks

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