The building is an important innovation in terms of its architecture and engineering

It aspires to become an important icon of the capital, Santiago de Chile, with its unique geometry and an interior space structured around a transparent line provided by the central atrium, which visually connects the floors and provides natural light.

There are several meeting spaces distributed throughout the building’s different floors, aimed at creating and promoting interaction between researchers, academics, entrepreneurs, industry representatives and whoever is involved in innovation and entrepreneurship.


2015 London Design of the Year

The Design Museum in London awarded the building with “Design of the Year 2015”.

2016 Pritzker Prize

Known as "Nobel Architecture", the prize was awarded to architect Alejandro Aravena in the 2016 edition, being the 41st winner and the first Chilean to receive it.