Located on one of the main arteries of Mexico, D.C., the new Centro Constituyentes university campus is one of the most innovative and internationally recognized architectural spaces. Designed by Enrique Norten and his firm TEN Arquitectos, the new campus was designed and built to LEED Platinum sustainability standards.
The campus welcomes you with a monumental staircase, the work of artist Jan Hendrix and its structure is conceived from juxtaposing volumes where the elements of a creative process converge to receive more than 2,500 students.
At the intersection of the blocks a floating structure that houses a multimedia library that functions as a bridge between two buildings of the complex is created. From two large blocks emerge four buildings: offices, workshops and classrooms, study rooms and media library, underground parking, plus an auditorium for 400 people.
Andreu World was responsible for furnishing some of the common spaces. In seating and waiting areas, sofas, armchairs and occasional tables were chosen from the Raglan collection. Various meeting rooms were also created with Brandy corporate armchairs and collective conference configurations of the Reverse Conference program. Collections of functional lines like Lineal furnish different waiting areas, while the Lineal Corporate and Reverse groupings create various studios and offices of this Premium building that is certified LEED Platinum by the U.S. Green Building Council.