The new addition will include new exhibition halls, a library, classrooms, a cafe/restaurant, storage space, a public square, access to a future subway station and a landscape proposal for the park surrounding the museum. See images of the winning proposal and the two finalists after the break.
Patio & Pavilion Ginés Garrido I Burgos & Garrido Arquitectos Asociados / Mariana Leguía I LLAMA Urban Design
Museum in 3 Acts SMAR Architecture Studio (Dr. Fernando Jerez, Belen Pérez de Juan, Luis Pérez de Juan)
The jury awarded 13 honorable mentions to projects that, in one way or another, were essential during the process of deliberation, whether through their originality or because they helped to shape the discussion that ultimately lead to the winner.
Those thirteen studios are, in no particular order:
Luis Calvet Mulleras, Samuel Cárdenas and Antonio Rubio
Heike Matcha and Gunter Barczik
OB+RA arquitectos (Oscar Borasino, Ruth Alvarado) y LLOSA CORTEGANA arquitectos (Patricia Llosa y Rodolfo Cortegana)
Zaha Hadid Architects with David Mutal Arquitectos
Estudio Campo Baeza with La Fábrica (Álvaro Rivadeneira, Alexander Wiegering) y Ghezzi Novak (Arturo and Gustavo Ghezzi)
PRODUCTORA (Carlos Bedoya, Wonne Ickx, Victor Jaime, Abel Perles)
Linazasoro & Sánchez Arquitectura, Juan Manuel Gutiérrez Gonzáles, and Luis Martin Piccini Acuña.
Philippe Rahm architectes
MDDM Studio, Momo Andrea Destro, Margret Domko
Andrew Kovacs, Israel Ceja, Peter Boldt
Michael Maltzan Architecture with Arup (engineering)
Hunerwadel Partnership Basel and Hünerwadel Arquitectos Lima
The jury was comprised of:
Juan Carlos Verme
Chris Dercon (Asesor)
More information about the competition can be found here.
MUSEO EN 3 ACTOS / SMAR Architecture Studio (Dr. Fernando Jerez, Belen Pérez de Juan, Luis Pérez de Juan). Image Courtesy of Museo de Arte de Lima (MALI)