// arthitectural / Peru
  • The project emerged from the remodeling of the old building La Colmena, located in the corner of Agusto Tamayo street and Juan de Arona avenue in San Isidro, Lima, Peru. The original building was designed with a pre-built concrete elements that gave the image of a beehive to the entire complex. During the almost 30 […]


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  • For a project as important as the general offices of a lawyers firm, there was a private bidding process, where Consultora Metropolis won with the proposal of the remodelation of an old 5,000 m2 clinic, in the district of San Isidro, in Lima – Peru. The general proposal tried to recover the original structure of […]


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The project emerged of the remodeling of the old building of Banco Sur located in the corner of Andres Reyes Street and Rivera Navarrete Avenue in San Isidro, Lima, Peru. In the last years the building changed of owners, modifying its facade with the application of signs and corporate applications. In the year 2005, the […]


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Bokja is a Turkish word that describes an intricately worked fabric created to cover a bride’s dowry. Lebanese designers Hoda Baroudi and Maria Hibri bring a similar passion for detail and history to the furniture which they create under the same name. Baroudi and Hibri source furniture designs from the 50s, 60s and 70s, unearthed […]


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