The new pavilion is located at the heart of Tec de Monterrey, being part of the Campus Monterrey 2014 Master Plan, also known as the Tec District, developed by the international firm Sasaki Associates in collaboration with Mexican urbanists, architects and engineers to redefine the spaces within the campus and its relationship with the urban environment. The new building does not change in its concept, but it enhances its vocation as place to meet with more flexible spaces.

Under an analysis that considered new capacity requirements, diversity of activities and nowadays needs, the new pavilion becomes a space to detonate collaboration, exchange of ideas and innovation that maximizes the qualities of one of the most emblematic cafeterias of the Campus.

Today’s needs materialize a pavilion with a transparent structure that makes visible the connections, experiences and teamwork that will be carried out inside this area.



Project Info






MTY, N.L., MX.


1,201 m2, 12,927.46 sq ft.

Architectural design

Sasaki Associates | Architect of Record: Arq. Gilberto L. Rodríguez + Arq. Rodrigo G. de la Peña L.

Architectural design team

Arq. Víctor Hugo Martínez, Arq. Alejandro Borrás, Arq. Rebeca Mata, Arq. Carmen Garza, Arq. Beatriz Rodríguez, Arq. Ana Gaby Chávez, Arq. Madeira Agüero, Arq. Omar García, Arq. Mauricio Bárcenas, Arq. Alonso Guel, Arq. Pamela Díaz, Arq. Aleksandro Hernández.


Arq. Jorge Taboada | The Raws.

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