‘Creative institutions are popping up along the sunny shores of Uruguay, reshaping rural towns into world-class cultural outposts.’
– Travel + Leisure magazine
‘This small Uruguayan town is the next Marfa.’
— Afar magazine
CAMPO MAIN CAMPUS
CAMPO’s main campus, one of the last designs from the late architect Rafael Viñoly, is an iconic structure that will forever embody his wild and beautiful spirit. Set on 13 hectares of countryside donated by founder Heidi Lender, the campus is committed to sustainability and innovation, constructed from natural materials to inspire creativity, foster connections, and provide beautiful spaces for contemplation.
The multi-complex Campus master plan incorporates ample spaces for creation, contemplation and sharing, including housing for artists-in-residence, studios, an exhibition area, state-of-the-art kitchen and cafe, a meditation and performance pavilion and more.