Institutional, San Juan 2013

    The Capitol Annex buildings were built in 1958 to house the legislative offices of the House of Representatives (West Annex) and the Senate (East Annex). Designed under the international style by the Puerto Rican architecture firm Toro y Ferrer, the Annexes result in two volumes non-invasive to the presence and character of the main building of the Capitol, with its neoclassical style. Since its occupation to this date, and as a result of changes in the composition of the legislature and in the needs of its members, the building has been object of multiple interventions to its inner distribution.

    Senate Annex main view of audience hall

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