The old church of the Santa Cruz la Real Convent, which now serves as the Aula Magna of IE University, was the place architecture students chose to present samples of their latest work to their professors. The church, which has just one knave with crossed vaults, was reformed at the end of the 15th century by one of the most prolific stonemasons of the time, Juan Guas, famous for his late gothic work. Master stonemason Guas worked in Segovia for 20 years and was also involved in the construction of the city’s cathedral. There’s no doubt that the Aula Magna is an incredibly inspiring place for future architects.