Architects: FJL + Desarrollo Integral de Proyectos
Location: Independencia, Santiago, Chile
Architect In Charge: Francisco Javier Leiva
Coordinator Architect: Silvia Durán
Constructor: Ingevec S.A.
Technical Inspection: Juan Eduardo Mujica y Cía. Ltda.
Area: 10,000 sqm
Photographs: Cristián Ciolina
After opening in August, the 13th Venice Biennale will end this Sunday (November 25th). This video is a recording made by Cristobal Palma of the Chilean Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2012 entitled CANCHA – Chilean Soilscapes (see our coverage of the exhibit here).
The Chilean Pavilion was curated by Pilar Planchart and Bernardo Valdés. Other invited architects included Pedro Alonso (Deserta), Elemental (Metropolitan Promenade), Susuka (Limitless Chile), Genaro Cuadros (Playground), Germán del Sol (Kancha), Iván Ivelic (Travesies of the Amereida) and Rodrigo Tisi (Performances of Conquest). The Chilean artist Pedro Pulido also exhibited his sculpture, Nein.
More info on the Pavilion, and videos by Cristobal Palma, after the break…
Architects: Polidura + Talhouk Arquitectos
Location: Comuna de Ñuñoa, Santiago de Chile
Design Team: Antonio Polidura, Pablo Talhouk
Collaborators: Ignacio Caroca, Victor Lillo
Engineering: ALPA / Alfonso Pacheco, Guillermo Donoso
Area: 230 sqm
Photographs: Courtesy of Polidura + Talhouk Arquitectos, © Aryeh Kornfeld
Architects: Mas y Fernández Arquitectos Asociados
Location: Loteo Alta Vista, Maitencillo, Chile
Architects In Charge: Cristóbal Fernández CH, Andrés Mas E
Calculista: Enrique Riobo
Landscape: María Trinidad Escudero
Constructor: Alejandro Molina
Principal: Alejandro Molina
Area: 177.24 sqm
Photographs: Nico Saieh
The bold, yet seemingly simplistic geometric structures designed by architects Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen of Pezo von Ellrichshausen are turning heads internationally, as the Chilean firm has been announced as the recipient of the fourth annual Spotlight Award. Presented by the Houston-based non-profit Rice Design Alliance (RDA), the international award spotlights “exceptionally gifted” architects during the early phase of their professional careers.
Winner of an international competition in 2009 after the rejection of a proposal from brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, the Valparaíso Cultural Center designed by HLPS arquitectos was finished last year with an impressive result. Today we have this great video Cristobal Palma just shared with us, shot a couple of months ago.
You can check some more videos by Cristobal Palma at ArchDaily:
Architects: Armando Montero + Samuel Bravo
Location: Región de Aysén, Chile
Architects: Samuel Bravo, Armando Montero
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: Samuel Bravo
Starting today, “Matter @ Context: Contemporary Chilean Architecture” will feature an interesting group of Chilean practices whose work represent the new architecture of the country.
The Exhibit Organized by the Universidad Finis Terrae de Chile and the Illinois Institute of Technology will be on display at the Crown Hall, IIT, until October 22nd. A lecture, with Alberto Moletto, Ignacio Volante and Felipe Assadi, will take place on the 16th at 6PM. The book “Matter @ Contex” published by UFT will also be launched at the event.
More about the curation and images of the selected projects after the break: