Pachacamac Park — Landscape Competition in Lima FREE ARCHITECTURE COMPETITION

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Pachacamac Park Landscape Competition in Lima



With less than three years before the Bicentennial celebration of the Independence of Peru, the Ministry of Culture, the Municipality of Lima and the Centenario Group are proud to announce the launch of an international architecture and landscaping contest for the design of a metropolitan park in the perimeter of the Pachacamac Sanctuary in the district of Lurín, Lima.
The Sanctuary houses some of the most important structures of the national archaeological heritage, covering more than fifteen centuries of human occupation. The design of a cultural park along the northern perimeter of the complex therefore invites designers to reflect on the relationship that Lima has and should have with its historical and landscape heritage.
The call is part of the same initiative that launched the MALI contest in 2016 : “2021: Bicentennial Projects”, directed by architect Gary Leggett. The park project will also belong to the official agenda of the Bicentennial, managed by the Ministry of Culture, and a tripartite agreement will be signed between the Ministry of Culture, the Municipality of Lima, and the Centenario Group, to provide an institutional framework for the development of the winning proposal.



02/11/19: LAUNCH
03/04/19: FINAL DATE FOR INQUIRIES Inquiries will be received from February 11th to March 4th, 2019 at 11:59 PM (UTC–5).
03/11/19: END OF REGISTRATION AND ANSWERS TO INQUIRIES PUBLISHED Answers will be published on the competition website by March 11th, 2019 at 11:59 PM (UTC–5).
04/25/19: SUBMISSION DEADLINE Submissions will be received until April 25th, 2019 at 3 PM (UTC–5).
04/28/19: JURY MEETING The jury will meet in Lima from April 28th to May 5th, 2019.
05/04/19:FINAL PRESENTATIONS Finalists will be asked to travel to Lima to present their proposals to the jury on May 4th, 2019 at 2 PM (UTC–5).



The finalists will receive a total of US$ 40,000 in prizes, financed by Grupo Centenario, broken down as follows:

First place: US$ 25,000
Second place: US$ 10,000
Third place: US$ 5,000

The prize money will be paid 60 days after the finalists are announced. In the event that the project does not get built, the prize money will still be paid in full.






Lucia Allais
Alan Berger
Paulo Dam
Tom Emerson
Danilo Martic







For more information about this competition, please contact us.