The Rolex Learning Center was designed by internationally renowned Japanese architecture firm SANAA. Open to both students and the public, it is designed to be a learning laboratory, a library with 500,000 volumes and an international cultural hub.

The building spans a single, uninterrupted space of 20,000 m², providing a seamless array of services, libraries, information centers, discussion areas, study areas, restaurants, cafes and beautiful outdoor spaces.

Its innovative architecture comprises gentle slopes and terraces that undulate around a series of internal patios, as well as nearly invisible supports for its complex, curved roof, which entailed entirely new construction methods.