The proposal aimed for a contemporary identity based in vernacular references translated to the design in the form of the icon archetype shape, thus promoting recognition and identification by collective memory. The separations between buildings open the building to the city, allowing pedestrian crossings and transversal permeability that ensures urban and social experiences of proximity.
The structural independence of the volumes allow future flexibility suited to contemporary programmatic uncertainty. The buildings are conceived as time resistant, longstanding envelopes. Like concrete shells, with zinc cladding, the resistant hull is extruded in the shape of the tilted roof archetype section. The interior allows a flexible space by the absence of pilars or structural elements. This way, the program is accomodated and divided in structural independent steel frame volumes, that ocuppy the interior void, and can be easly changed according to future needs.