Tag: arquitectura peruana

Urban discrimination | Aldo G. Facho Dede
13-09-2019 No Comments

Urban discrimination | Aldo G. Facho Dede

According to the UN, violence is a form of discrimination that inhibits the ability to enjoy equal rights and freedoms. Although gender violence, given the alarming figures, is one of the most visible issues today, there are other types of acts that affect and endanger our lives every day, and whose scale of responsibility exceeds that of a particular subject. […]

House in Ventanilla | LLATAS
06-03-2019 No Comments

House in Ventanilla | LLATAS

The following project has been developed in a human settlement in the district of Ventanilla in Lima, one of the poorest areas of the city, where people still do not have basic services such as roads, lighting in the streets, public transport. When we arrived at the place, we realized that the infrastructure in which they lived had been made […]

Illegal city | Aldo G. Facho Dede
11-06-2018 No Comments

Illegal city | Aldo G. Facho Dede

According to the census of 2007, the last one about which we know proved, near 50 % of the of Lima population marginal (BUM),1 lives in neighborhoods urban which are defined as those urban cores that present levels of monetary poverty, and they lack services of infrastructure and equipment (MVCS 2012).2 Though the great growth of this type of developments was […]

The future of "Las Palmas" | Aldo G. Facho Dede
09-04-2018 No Comments

The future of “Las Palmas” | Aldo G. Facho Dede

The visit of the Pope has left several topics us to think, one of them is the role that must fulfill the “Las Palmas” air base in the Lima of the 21st century. Good is known, Lima has doubled in inhabitants and surface in the last forty years, and this growth has not had like correlato a model of planning […]

Planning the well-being | Aldo G. Facho Dede
20-11-2017 No Comments

Planning the well-being | Aldo G. Facho Dede

On Town planning, Green Rio and the baipases. From the origin of the times, the cities have been intense spaces of exchange, where the men have sought to construct a major degree of well-being, understood by Aristotle as the “better good”. The evolution in his mechanisms of government and regulation has to see with the constant exploration of forms of […]

Lima has future | Aldo G. Facho Dede
20-10-2017 No Comments

Lima has future | Aldo G. Facho Dede

On January 18 we remember one more anniversary of the Iberian foundation of our city, opportune event to do a pause and to think about his projection for the year that we begin, and towards two transcendental events, since they are the Pan-American Games and the Bicentenary of our Independence. In the last two years we have lived through the […]

Chiclayo, the great square of the north  | Aldo G. Facho Dede
11-09-2017 No Comments

Chiclayo, the great square of the north | Aldo G. Facho Dede

When they ask me why it does more than six years I travel to dictate classes to Chiclayo, answer that it is because I think that the future of our country is in cities as this one, commercial nodes and of services, which articulate the production of different peoples and cities with the big centers of distribution on a national […]

Piura's plagues | Aldo G. Facho Dede
24-07-2017 No Comments

Piura’s plagues | Aldo G. Facho Dede

Thanks to the Former Testament we could have found out on the succession of plagues that it suffered the Egyptian village towards 13th century B.C. On this topic paths have been realized investigations to be able to explain from the science what is presumed like of divine origin, there being coincidence in indicating a series of physical and climatic disorders […]

Gato House | Martín Dulanto Sangalli
10-08-2016 No Comments

Gato House | Martín Dulanto Sangalli

The house appears as a great white box which there have been realized a series of vertical pieceworks that, seen as a whole, generate a texture. This “white box” rests on a base of concretly exposed of gray color that serves us to conceal all the windows of the environments of the basement. The house possesses 3 fronts, and the […]

New Centers of Urbanity for Lima | Aldo G. Facho Dede
05-08-2016 No Comments

New Centers of Urbanity for Lima | Aldo G. Facho Dede

In the year 2012 the Service of Parks of Lima (SERPAR) called for a national contest of ideas for a new zonal park that there was planning to construct him in the district of Villa Maria of the Victory, the same one that we gain together with Ana los aba and Paul Llopis of abalosllopis architects. This project was placing […]

Flor de Amancaes Park | Aldo Facho Dede + abalosllopis arquitectos
03-08-2016 No Comments

Flor de Amancaes Park | Aldo Facho Dede + abalosllopis arquitectos

“We divide of the conviction of that the city and the citizenship construct themselves from the Public Spaces, that these have to not organize only the urban plot but transform in places where the citizens develop and enjoy in equality.” AFD+Abalosllopis Urban development Concepcion. The Flor de Amancaes Zonal park was thought to be a pole of urbanity. We divide […]

The modern architecture in Latin America
31-03-2016 No Comments

The modern architecture in Latin America

This book turns on the modern architecture that was constructed in Latin America between the decades of 1930 and 1970, and on the thought that sustained her. For it a tour offers for 18 indisputable figures of the architectural Latin-American panorama, which in addition share the narrow relation that they established between his work and his ideology. It is a […]

Modern architecture without modern movement | Aldo G. Facho Dede
29-09-2014 No Comments

Modern architecture without modern movement | Aldo G. Facho Dede

Modern architecture without modern movement. The case of Peru. Talking with the architect Ricardo Cárdenas I gave form to the concept of which in Peru the Modern Architecture developed without Modern Movement. This sounds of the first reading less incoherent, how is it possible to detach the architecture of the movement that gives him sustenance?, in the lines that later […]

The 'autoconstruction boom' in the Peru | Aldo G. Facho Dede
01-09-2014 26 Comments

The ‘autoconstruction boom’ in the Peru | Aldo G. Facho Dede

I share with you this article written by Silvia Mendoza and published in the Diario El Comercio of the Peru on 14 June, in which they stand out the important volume of edificaciones that realise without the advice of the pertinent professionals. This is not new, that I remember is the classical discussion of the workshops of design in the […]

Tarapoto, city in the jungle and the mountain | Aldo G. Facho Dede
18-08-2014 No Comments

Tarapoto, city in the jungle and the mountain | Aldo G. Facho Dede

Thanks to the cordial one and enthusiast invitation of the Architects’ College of Regional St Martin represented by his Dean the Arq. Teddy of the Eagle and the Arq. Percy Vilca, I took the opportunity to visit as the first time Tarapoto’s city, located in the jungle of Peru. Besides the honor that was meaning the invitation, I generate my […]

"Stop doing ugly buildings" | Aldo G. Facho Dede
25-07-2014 2 Comments

“Stop doing ugly buildings” | Aldo G. Facho Dede

A few days ago waiting to realize a step in the offices of Particular Works, I heard accidentally a few persons who were commenting on the condition of the local architecture. They were speaking on the reticence of the neighbors to accepting new buildings since often they are “uglier” than the traditional houses built in these lots. I caught the […]

Eight recommendations to the architects for Walter Gropius | Fernando Freire Forga
15-07-2013 One Comment

Eight recommendations to the architects for Walter Gropius | Fernando Freire Forga

During his visit to Peru, in 1953, Walter Gropius realized eight recommendations to the architects. “Walter Gropius was entertained by a cocktail in the Architects’ Company that constituted simultaneously an institutional success. Don Rafael Marquina, on having delivered the diploma that he it accredits as honorary partner to him, said that his presence in the bosom of the Company was constituting […]

Alfredo Baertl Montori | Fernando Freire Forga
08-07-2013 No Comments

Alfredo Baertl Montori | Fernando Freire Forga

The architect Alfredo Baertl Montori (it was born in Lima – Peru on March 09, 1928) realized the studies of architecture in the National University of Engineering (in this Engineers’ School at the time), in the same city, being entitled in the year of 1951. From 1948 until 1950 he practised in the offices of the architect Raúl Morey and […]

The adequacy of the modern architecture to Peru [II] | Fernando Freire Forga
17-05-2013 No Comments

The adequacy of the modern architecture to Peru [II] | Fernando Freire Forga

The local customs. The customs and Peruvian traditions at all time will meet reflected in the projection of modern buildings. Customs that show a national reality, a way of living particular and different to the places where this modern architecture was in preparation, which will allow to provide, to the modern projects developed in Peru, with a local imminent identity. […]

The adequacy of the modern architecture to Peru [I] | Fernando Freire Forga
13-05-2013 One Comment

The adequacy of the modern architecture to Peru [I] | Fernando Freire Forga

The search of the identity. The development of the architecture in Peru from the colonial epoch to the present day is tied basically to the architectural evolution of countries by traditions and customs foreign to the Peruvian reality, for what the local architects, at all time, have tried to give him to this adopted architecture some characterization that allows to […]

Modern architecture in Peru [I] | Fernando Freire Forga
22-04-2013 No Comments

Modern architecture in Peru [I] | Fernando Freire Forga

The Modern Architecture developed in Peru late, approximately 20 years after the first European precedents were constructed. By the ends of the decade of 1920 Him Corbusier had defined his five points of the modern architecture formed later of the Villa Savoye, and Mies van der Rohe already had done the demonstrated own thing the qualities of a new architecture […]

Matos House. Córdova&Williams | Aldo G. Facho Dede
04-04-2013 No Comments

Matos House. Córdova&Williams | Aldo G. Facho Dede

The house Bushes is an order of particular interest inside the projects of housing developed by the company Córdova – Williams. It is located in the time between the buildings for the Air Force of Peru in Piura and Chiclayo (1959) and the headquarters in the Callao of the Naval School of Peru (1962); both rewarded by the national critique […]

Housing by People
25-01-2013 No Comments

Housing by People

John F.C. Turner (1927) is one of those architects with an atypical path. Trained at the Architectural Association in London (1949-1954), he moved to Peru in 1957 where he remained until 1965 performing consulting work in settlements and Peruvian shanty towns. Since then and for over forty years, he has been dedicated to advancing the cause for self-managed housing, revealing […]

Modern architecture for a postmodern company | Aldo G. Facho Dede
08-01-2013 One Comment

Modern architecture for a postmodern company | Aldo G. Facho Dede

I write this note motivated by two conversations supported a time ago, both touched the topic from different but convergent angles in the sense of the force of the Modern Architecture in our times. The first one was with the architect Rubén Pesci from the analysis of a project at which we are employed. We were discussing the composition and […]

Housing in Calle Roma Street. Teodoro Cron | Aldo G. Facho Dede
02-01-2013 No Comments

Housing in Calle Roma Street. Teodoro Cron | Aldo G. Facho Dede

Much does that I check this building. When student us was presented as a project modern whose link with the place was in the reintepretation of the forms and climatic colonial technologies, highlighting it as one of the examples in which the modern local architecture was nourished of his predecessors. If we remain with this first reflection, product of a […]

Nycander House. Alfredo Baertl Montori | Fernando Freire Forga
08-10-2012 No Comments

Nycander House. Alfredo Baertl Montori | Fernando Freire Forga

Nycander House. Alfredo Baertl Montori. Miraflores, Lima. 1957 In a regular area of 1250 m2 (25 m. Abreast for 50 m. Of bottom) and between dividing, the spatial distribution of the house Nycander is solved dividing the lot in 2 big gardens or opened spaces: a zone opened in the front (presenting the access) and the great later garden. This […]

Wiracocha House. Luis Miró Quesada Garland | Aldo G. Facho Dede
30-08-2012 No Comments

Wiracocha House. Luis Miró Quesada Garland | Aldo G. Facho Dede

We cannot understand the evolution of the Modern Architecture in Peru without checking Luis Miró Quesada Garland’s figure and inside his work the house Huiracocha. Though still it is in foot, there has been glaringly deformed by his successive owners which impedes to obtain photographic records. The images that accompany this note have been obtained by me of the article […]

Miraflores's Baths. Hector Velarde | Fernando Freire Forga
14-08-2012 4 Comments

Miraflores’s Baths. Hector Velarde | Fernando Freire Forga

In search of the origins of the modern architecture in Peru I thought that there existed a building that it might have meant the beginning: Miraflores’s Baths, projected by the architect Hector Velarde between 1934 and 1935. Though by the Peruvian historians this building has been catalogued inside the so called architecture – locally – as ” Style Nose ” […]

Manifest of expression of beginning [agrupación espacio] | Fernando Freire Forga
07-08-2012 One Comment

Manifest of expression of beginning [agrupación espacio] | Fernando Freire Forga

El hombre es un ser de su tiempo. Nace y vive dentro de los márgenes determinados de un proceso histórico. Pertenece a una etapa con vivencias y experimentaciones propias, concretas y específicas. Ante el pasado es un ser de reflexión y análisis, con problemas distintos que atender y nuevas incógnitas que despejar de un panorama en ritmo evolutivo. Su existir […]

Remembering Manuel Ángel Ganoza | Fernando Freire Forga
13-10-2011 61 Comments

Remembering Manuel Ángel Ganoza | Fernando Freire Forga

El arquitecto Manuel Ángel Ganoza Plaza nació en Trujillo – Perú el 01 de Octubre de 1930. Los estudios primarios y secundarios los realizó en la ciudad de Trujillo y Lima respectivamente. Entre los años de 1950 y 1954, estudió la carrera de Arquitectura en la Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería en Lima, obteniendo luego el título de Ingeniero-Arquitecto en Enero […]