This is the new Thomas P Murphy Design Studio Building at the University of Miami.
The 20,000 square foot structure features warped concrete and hurricane resistant glass. It was designed by Architectonics’s Raymond Fort, who served as faculty at UM, according to Dezeen.
“The building is, in essence, a single, oversized shed, featuring a vaulted roof suspended 18 feet over the floor by narrow steel columns and a few fixed walls,” according to a project description.
“The exposed structure of glass and concrete serves as a teaching tool by illustrating some of the basic tenets of modern architecture, construction and sustainability.”