In this week’s property portal, we’re taking a closer look at South America and what activity is going on as well as a round up of all the news in property and architecture.
A red pigmented concrete museum building has replaced another museum that was destroyed by an earthquake in Peru. The Museo de Sitio Julio C Tello in Peru, South America, is an archaeology museum, which was designed by Barclay & Crousse as it is located very close to the Great Paracas Necropolis; the oldest archaeological site in the region where, in the 1920s, explorer Julio C Tello discovered burial sites over 2,000 years old. These sites provided the exhibits for the museum.
Argentinian architecture studio Morini Arquitectos was responsible for overseeing the latest phase of a plan for a tower in the campus of Universidad Siglo 21, Cordoba. The building was designed and built to make an innovative architectural statement.