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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Modern architecture in Peru [II] | Fernando Freire Forga
24-04-2013 No Comments

Modern architecture in Peru [II] | Fernando Freire Forga

The local units. The National Corporation of Housing was the one that stimulated the creation of local units to solve the problem of the housing in our city. One reminded the construction of 7 local units, four in Lima and three in the Callao. It was a question of complexes habitacionales autonomous; for it, they were possessing market, medical relay, […]

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 […]