Santamarca School

An educational centre in a singular historical building.

The Santamarca School, which belongs to the Foundation of Santamarca, San Ramón and San Antonio, is located close to Berlin Park in the district of Chamartín. Constructed in 1928, the school occupies a large building that combines the neo-Mudejar style with a number of neo-Gothic elements in the windows and pinnacles.

Distributed over three floors and laid out in a square, it has a central axis occupied by the church whose transept is higher than its sides which are communicated by the bay of the main façade, thereby creating two interior courtyards.

Its most noteworthy spaces include the aforementioned church and the assembly hall, while its facilities are rounded off by a gymnasium, and outdoor playground used for sports, the library, several classrooms, technology units and music rooms.

Finally, the ensemble which includes a number of small buildings attached to the wall that surrounds the enclosure, built of brick and also in neo-Mudejar style.

Updated: 06/05/2019

Useful information

Conditions and availability

Flexible times subject to normal uses.
Full time availability when closed to the public: July and August.
Fees are adjusted to each project.
Cession subject to the project being accepted.

Features and facilities

Private parking with access to the facilities.
Access ramp for loading and unloading.
Extra spaces are available for production.
Suitable for direct sound.
Catering available.

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Contact

Laura Fernández
laura.f@fusara.org
+34 915 216 958

Calle Marcenado, 50
28002 Madrid

Distrito: 05 Chamartín

Images: City of Madrid Film Office

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