General Services Building. San Jorge University

The building was planned following principles of economy of means, fast execution and maximum flexibility in its use and growth. Based on these strategies, the ground was lowered slightly and the slope was softened so that what could have been a suspended floor slab has become a useful floor, which apart from optimising the level of the foundations, managed to naturally integrate the slope and vegetation areas to the east side of Campus.

Photos by Iñaki Bergera