Lima, Peru - Paris, France
Inserted into a dry forest, this lecture hall built for the training of economically disadvanted people was awarded the 2018 Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize (MCHAP).
The house sits at the confluence of two extreme landscapes, the desert and the Pacific Ocean, which together produce a humid but rainless climate and a constant temperature.
Located in the Miraflores district of the Peruvian capital, this building of brutalist aesthetics contains seventeen residences opening out to three distinct urban contexts.
The new museum seeks to address the fragile balance between preserving heritage, sharing it with the public, and integrating it with the landscape, cradle of the indigenous Paracas culture.
Inserted into a cliff in Lima and echoing the surroundings through its materials, the memorial seeks to foster reconcitiation among Peruvians in the wake of decades of violence.
In Peru, desert and ocean become one along the hundreds of kilometers which constitute its Pacific coastline. The extreme temperatures and the arid environment are counteracted by the presence of the ocean, so the weather conditions turn it into an i
Edificio E, University of Piura The Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize is given biennally by the College of Architecture of the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) to acknowledge the best buildings raised in the Americas. The jury of the 2018 MCHAP –
It has been announced by the College of Architecture of the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chicago that the winner of the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize (MCHAP) – awarded every two years to the finest works of architecture carried out in t