Founded in 1974 by the renowned Antonio Cruz and Antonio Ortiz in Sevilla, Cruz y Ortiz is a famed architecture office in Spain that has expanded over the years to Amsterdam and Madrid. With Muriel Huisman in charge of Amsterdam, the name is now wellknown in the Netherlands and its neighbouring countries, largely due to a profound renovation of the famous Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. “A small team capable of great projects,” is how Muriel Huisman describes the Amsterdam branch of the tree that is Cruz y Ortiz. “Our office is currently staffed by six people and since we’re very all-rounded, we’re able to be involved in the complete process of a project.”