The Centro Roberto Garza de Arte Arquitectura y Diseño is a concrete structure designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando for the University of Monterrey in Mexico. Spiezle Architectural Group was the LEED Consultant for the project. The six story concrete structure has a large triangular void in its center. This void, when viewed from below, gives the impression of a twisted structure. The impressive structure holds studios and classrooms for over 300 students. More
The building contains the departments of visual arts, digital graphics, textiles, photography, model-making woodshops and fashion. The singular structure gathers all of these creative arts together to provide an inspiring space that promotes team learning and the sharing of ideas. Photography by Roberto Ortiz.