Architizer brings us a taste of the Nestlé Application Group in Queretaro, Mexico, a laboratory where the food conglomerate, well, invents flavors. Designed by Rojkind Arquitectos, the exterior of the lab looks like a giant took bites out of a cube, while the interior is painted stomach-turning shades of yellow and green. Luckily, there's plenty of traditional lab white, but unlike many corporate research and development facilities, there are plenty of windows too. Despite the awesomely strange architecture, this building isn't really out of place on the Nestlé campus, where the water tower is decked out like a Campbell's Soup can. Now, where did we put that golden ticket?
· Nestlé Lab Where Tastes Are Invented Looks Just Like You’d Expect [Architizer]