A brief test for architects and designers:
- 1. If the shape should convey the message of the content, shouldn’t architecture schools be the best-built buildings?
- 2. If a gift wrapping should begin to seduce before opening the gift, shouldn’t an art center be a piece of art itself?
- 3. If we want to develop our artistic skills, whether in painting, theater, music or dance, shouldn’t we do it in a place that represents creativity?
If you answered negatively to these questions, either you don't do architecture or you are going through a rebellious stage.
In case you got stuck at the first question recalling the building design of your college, we understand your frustration.
If you answered “Yes” to these three questions, you have come to the right place: the Ramon C. Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts.