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Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Burgos & Garrido + Llama Urban Design, ampliación del MALI

Selected out of 387 entries from 56 countries, the design by the Madrid practice led by Francisco Burgos and Ginés Garrido – in collaboration with the local firm Llama Urban Design of Angus Laurie and Mariana Leguia – has won the competition to build a contemporary art wing for the Lima Art Museum (MALI). Deferring to the Exhibition Palace, built late in the 19th century and current home of the Peruvian museum, the 6,000-square-meter new building will present an entrance pavilion and the library to the exterior, these being separated by a public square that will feature jacarandas, deciduous trees that grow violet-blue flowers. The rest of the program will be buried underground, including a large, diaphanous, flexible gallery and classrooms, workshops, storage, and an elongated indoor garden with a glazed roof. The opening of the new wing is to coincide with the celebration of the bicentenary, in 2021, of Peru’s Independence.
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