American School Foundation of Guadalajara

Best Implemented Project of Public Building or Facility

About the project
The American School Foundation of Guadalajara (ASFG) is a co-educational day school offering an international education program for 1500 students from Pre-K through 12th grade. The campus covers 2.6 hectares (6.5 acres) on an urban site in a rapidly growing city, with developments and high-rise buildings growing around it.
The design is a six-story building at the edge of the campus that includes classrooms for grades 9-12, a library for middle and high school students, common spaces on every floor for small group gatherings, a kitchen and cafeteria, and administration. Each floor has open-air corridors, and the roof is accessible garden space. The building is seeking LEED certification.

C. Colomos 2300, Italia Providencia, 44640 Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico

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Applicant and authors of the project
GVA Arquitectos. With more than 54 years of experience and the vision of becoming the firm with the most significant international presence, we are the first Mexican integral architecture firm in Latin America. Over time we have specialized in architectural design, interior design, and urban planning, focusing on tourism, hotel, residential, commercial, and mixed-use projects, as well as master plans, golf communities, subdivisions, and territorial planning.
Project by Andrés Gómez & Jose Miguel Gómez (GVA Arquitectos).

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Photographer: Jorge Silva


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