The Nuno Montenegro School of Technology is Top of the Class

By: Alex Scott - Published: Apr 6, 2010 • References: ultimasreportagens & dezeen
If only my university had looked like this. The Nuno Montenegro School of Technology is one of the most striking institutional buildings I have seen in a while. Cast in all white, the structure appears as if it contains a series of mazes within as many of the lobbies and corridors are indistinguishable from one another. One standout feature however, is the number of cut-out silhouettes around the school.

Located in Portugal, the Nuno Montenegro School of Technology represents a very modern, open concept style of learning that is not always prevalent over here. They say architecture and lighting have a huge effect on learning and if that is truly the case, I'm sure everyone attending here will earn straight A's. Stats for Abstract Educational Buildings Trending: Older & Mild
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