Resource efficiency in the Peruvian desert. Tamiz by Carlos Pastor Santa María

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Project team
Marines Herrera Otero, Carlos Daniel Elías Chero, Diego Sánchez López.
Profiles and Angles - Aceros Arequipa.
Fleet Color polyurethane enamel - Sherwin Williams.
Windows/shutters - Corrales Center.
Wood - Local Warehouse.
Bamboo - Local Warehouse.
80 sqm.
Completion of construction - July 2022.
Fundo Salcedo, Ica, Peru.
Marines Herrera Otero y Carlos Pastor Santa María.

Carlos Pastor Santa María

Carlos Pastor Santa María is an architect born in Peru. In 2006 he graduated from Ricardo Palma University (Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism) in Lima, Peru, and in 2013 he also graduated from the Military Engineering School for Architecture and Urbanism officers in the same city. A year later he was at the Postgraduate School of Architecture with a mention in project management (University of Piura) in Piura, Peru.

The Peruvian architect has been recognized with various awards and mentions: in 2016 he was the winner of the Space Apps Challenge 2016, organized by NASA, with the project Kuelep Space, in 2017 he was the winner of the National contest Resilient Peru, Organized by the Ministry of Production of Peru with the project: "Low-cost sustainable housing for rural areas", in 2018 he was selected among the 60 best Latin American architects under 35 years old for the YALA event organized by Architecture Studio de Paris, collateral event Venice Biennale FREE SPACE and in 2019 he was selected representing Peru for XI BIAU Bienal Iberoamericana de Arquitectura y Urbanismo 2019 in Paraguay.

In 2020 he started teaching at the Ricardo Palma University in Lima, Peru.



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