Pachacamac Site Museum by Llosa Cortegana Arquitectos. Finalist in the MCHAP 2014/2015

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Project team
Angelia Piazza, Daniela Chong, Llona / Zamora, Braulio Miki, Jorge Avendaño, Adela Zavala, Jose Ortiz, Solange Avila
Culture Ministry of Perú.
Built roofed area.- 3028.00 sqm. Built non-roofed area.- 4490.00 sqm. Total.- 7,518.00 built sqm .
Project date.- December 2005 - August 2013.
Construction.- November 2014 - November 2015.
Pachacamac Sanctuary. District of Lurín, Lima, Perú.
Total budget
US$ 3,330,000.00 sq
Juan Solano.

Rodolfo Cortegana, Patricia Llosa. Llosa Cortegana Arquitectos

Llosa cortegana Arquitectos. Despite having studied at the same university, Patricia Llosa and Rodolfo Cortegana did not get to know each other until 2001 when they were called to take part in the same competition. They later co-participated in some others, as a result of the harmony that they found in their design methodology from the first moment, as well as being invited to teach in the same design workshop at the Faculty of Architecture of the Catholic University. As a consequence of such experiences, they partnered to found their own practice in 2005, under the name 'Llosa cortegana Architects'.

Patricia Llosa is an architect from Ricardo Palma University. She did the Master 'Architecture, Criticism and Projects' at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain (1999). She has participated in various courses, conferences and workshops on teaching and creating projects.

Rodolfo Cortegana is an architect from Ricardo Palma University, where he received the award for the best thesis supported by the Museum of Contemporary Art. He did a master's in Museology at the University of Ricardo Palma. He also conducted research on Public space and its interaction with the Climate', receiving a grant from the Belgian government.



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