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Rojkind Arquitectos has designed a new facility for Nestlé. After their impressive Chocolate Museum, they got the commission to design a new facility on the city of Querétaro that includes laboratories, offices, and auditorium and a tasting area. UNESCO has declared Center of Queretaro as a World Heritage Site in 1996. The innovative architects excavated a series of interested spheres from orthogonal buildings. These excavations are repeated in open and continuous space. Use of semi-spherical domes has made this building an absolute masterpiece. This new facility for the chocolate company is really yummy.