Here you will find the most important architecture firms in Chile. Each firm has selected an important project to be showcased in this website.
This art gallery is located in a traditional garden-neighbourhood area of Santiago that during the last 15 years has established as an art and commerce circuit. It occupies the North West corner of Espoz and Narciso Goycolea streets, half a block away from Nueva Costanera, the zone’s principal avenue.
The Faculty of Architecture, Art and Design of Diego Portales University, has observed an increase in the number of students, faculty, and as a result, requirements for them in the last years. Its original building date back to the year 1994, and has seen various extensions since then.
are the sheep farm’s buildings of Patagonia.
Not the main houses of the estancias,
their warm interiors closed to their place,
but the buildings made for the sheep farm works
where daily life in Patagonia is lived,
and finds an splendor of its own;
the barns for drying the sheep’s hides
and for the many other works at the estancias,
that have to be done inside
because of the cold or the wind, or both.
This project is the result of private competition, which involved significant architectural offices in Santiago.
This Building is the first stage of an ensemble of buildings belonging to the Catholic University called “Patio Alameda “, which is part of the Central Campus of the university placed on the Alameda Avenue in Santiago’s downtown. Alameda is the city’s main avenue and runs East – West. This group of buildings was designed to form a “fourth patio” related to the three patio traditional building of the university.
The point of departure that structures the original project concept is the building’s name: "Territoria" = territory, therefore the architecture "appropriates" the geography of Chile.
In early July, the Minister of Public Works, Hernán de Solminihac, and a delegation of prominent Chilean architects, participated in a series of conferences in Shanghai and Beijing to provide information about the main strengths of Chilean architecture.