Inspired by its cultural Chilean landscape, this stunning and unique campus design for Universidad Diego Portales' new economics facility is monumentally bold.
Designed by architectural firm Duque Motta, the unique campus design was created in a way to both showcase and blend the sharp design lines of the structure. Looking a little bit like what a LEGO building would look like, the desert-colored palette building imitates its surroundings to magically blend in with the rugged landscape.
One of the unconventional buildings is designed with lots of asymmetrical scattered square windows on the outside and wide airy spaces on the inside. Overall, the contemporary structure is an architectural feat that both students and faculty can enjoy.
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