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Metropolis | Universidad del Pacifico

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In this new building, the main idea was to develop a whole campus around a circular space in 5 levels.

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In the first floor are located the reception area, both access to the circulation nucleus, the exhibition rooms, the coffee and snack station, the main square and the terrace.

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SECOND FLOOR

In the second floor are the classrooms, the administrative headquarters of the building and the vertical circulation nucleus.

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_MG_7027THIRD FLOOR

In the third floor are the classrooms, the “Aula Magna” and the vertical circulation nucleus.

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FOURTH FLOOR

In the fourth floor are the classrooms, the “Aula Magna”, the “Antesala” and the vertical circulation nucleus.

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FIFTH FLOOR

In the fifth floor are the classrooms and the vertical circulation nucleus.

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FIRST BASEMENT

Besides the parking zone, a technical area for the Auditorium was also considered.

32_DETALLE ESTACIONAMIENTOS

31_INGRESO VEHICULARSECOND BASEMENT

At this level, besides the parking zone, are also the Auditorium and all the complementary areas such as the foyer, public area for 278 people, a small coffee station and a table area.

16_LOUNGE CAFETERIA

17_AREA MESAS_CAFETERIA

18_BARRA CAFETERIA

THIRD BASEMENT

At this level is the Auditorium stage.

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FOURTH, FIFTH, SIXTH BASEMENT

Parking zone.

Location: Lima, Peru
Architect:  Metrópolis Oficina de Arquitectura
 
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