Pachacamac Park — Landscape Competition in Lima, Peru

We announce the launch of an international open competition for the design of a public park in the Pachacamac Sanctuary, south of Lima. The project will protect the Sanctuary from future land invasions and provide the city with a metropolitan-scale park.

Category Project Competition
Type International, Project, Restricted, Two-Stage, Anonymous
Genre Landscape
Country Lima, Peru
RegDeadline 11 March 2019 GoogleCal iCal
25 April 2019 (via Online) GoogleCal
Eligibility The team leader of the contestant team must be an architect or landscape architect who has designed and built a building, park or plaza of more than 1,500 m2.

The 2021: Bicentennial Projects initiative, in association with the Ministry of Culture and the Municipality of Lima, announce the launch of an open international competition for the design of a public park in the Sanctuary of Pachacamac, south of Lima.
The competition is an invitation to re ect on the relationship that Lima should have with its archaeological heritage and arid landscape. Speci cally, the park’s design should give greater cohesion and connectivity to recent projects in the area; namely, the National Museum (MUNA), the Pachacamac Site Museum, and the Urpi Wachaq initiative for the recovery of wetlands. It should also act as a buffer, not only protecting the archaeological complex from future land invasions, but also offering services, cultural programs
and recreational areas to local and metropolitan populations. A park of this scale will therefore help consolidate the Pachacamac Sanctuary as one of the most important heritage sites in Peru as well as a key precedent for landscape design in Lima.

Lucia Allais
Alan Berger
Paulo Dam
Tom Emerson
Danilo Martic

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

Entry Fee

Selection: April 28, 2019
Final presentations: May 4, 2019 in Lima
Results: May 10, 2019

2021: Bicentennial Projects

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