Centro Roberto Garza Sada in Monterrey
SCULPTURAL CONCRETE WEDGES MADE OF 800 TONS OF STEEL AND 1,300 M³ OF CONCRETE
Although he is no longer the youngest, the creative urge of the Japanese architect Tadao Ando seems unbroken. He and his team develop sensational buildings around the world, most recently the Centro Roberto Garza Sada (CRGS) for the Universidad de Monterrey (UDEM) in northeast Mexico. The new building, named after a former sponsor of the university, houses the Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design, which is considered the first address for students in these fields in Latin America.