Location: Constitución, Maule Region, Chile
Collaborators: Philip Zurman
Structural Engineering: Patricio Bertholet
Civil And Plumbing Engineering: Fernando Montoya
Electrical Engineering: Ramón Prado
Area: 5688.0 sqm
Photographs: Suyin Chia, Cristian Martinez, Courtesy of ELEMENTAL
The winner of a competition to design a new extension for Chile‘s National History Museum has been announced. The competition, hosted by The Chilean Architecture Department of the Ministry of Public Works and the Department of Libraries, Archives and Museums, called for an 8,612 square feet annex devoted to exhibition and storage space. From the 54 proposals received, Aguiló + Pedraza Architects’ stood out.
The Architect’s description of the proposal, after the break.