rojkind arquitectos: nestle application group in queretaro, mexico
rojkind arquitectos: ‘nestle application group’ in queretaro, mexico all images © paul rivera courtesy rojkind arquitectos
rojkind arquitectos have designed the ‘nestle application group’ building in queretaro mexico. the building consists of a laboratory, a tasting area, an auditorium and offices. for their design they had to adhere to certain building constraints as the area was declared a UNESCO historic site in 1996. the new building had to have a portico with arches. rather than use sophisticated technology to create the specific parts of the complex geometry of the spheres, local workers built the semi spherical domes assembled with arches and rings of steel rods the building consists of a metallic, glossy exterior, with colorful interiors.
the building is defined by rounded cut-outs
view of the porticos
a tasting area, laboratory, auditorium and offices are part of the programs
general view of the headquarters
yellow adds a boost of color
staircase leading into the laboratory
‘nestle application group’ building
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from the direction of approach the house can be read clearly, while from the opposite direction the structure appears only as a low wall surrounding the existing »
from the direction of approach the house can be read clearly, while from the opposite direction the structure appears only as a low wall surrounding the existing trees.