Diego Guayasamin Unasur Institutional Headquarters
Unasur Institutional Headquarters is Platinum Design Award winner in 2020 - 2021 Architecture, Building and Structure Design Award Category.
Unasur Institutional Headquarters

The design is a massive piece that rises and is projected as a metaphor of freedom. Unasur has been designed as a sculptural connotation to surprise and show a different perspective depending on the point of view. The structure results in a positive, proactive and strong iconic image system. The scheme is also the largest armor cantilever in South America with 56 meters without support, according to several studies; modeling technology, drive and creativity. The minimalism of the elements on the exterior highlights the volume, as well as the smoothness of its architecture.

Unasur Institutional Headquarters
Diego Guayasamin Unasur
Diego Guayasamin Institutional Headquarters
Diego Guayasamin design
Diego Guayasamin design
Diego Guayasamin

We develop residential, commercial, corporate and interior buildings with a high sculptural content that claim to have their own identity with timeless qualities. We generate highly innovative architecture, with a strong conceptual, transcendental and sybolic character.


The Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) is an intergovernmental organization endowed with international legal personality, made up of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela, whose main objective is to build, in a participatory manner and consensual, a space of integration and union in the cultural, social, economic and political between their peoples, giving priority to political dialogue, social policies, education, energy, infrastructure, financing and the environment, among others , with a view to eliminating socioeconomic inequality, achieving social inclusion and citizen participation, strengthening democracy and reducing asymmetries within the framework of strengthening the sovereignty and independence of States.