Born in Lima, she has designed and developed most of her projects in Peru. With her first project, “Casa en Playa Bonita” (1996-1998), she was chosen as a finalist in the II Mies van der Rohe award for the Latin American Architecture (2000). Her recent projects include the “Casa Vertical” in San Isidro, Lima (2003-2005) and the “Casa Plataforma” in Surco, Lima (2010-2012). She was a visiting professor of the Graduate School of design in Harvard University (2007).

She has been a design critic and a lecturer in South America, Europe, Asia and the United States. The center for Art and Architecture or MAK as its acronym in English, selected her for a residency program (UFI Program) in Los Angeles, with the proposal of LA-LIMA, Probing the Urban Desert. She was nominated in 2009 for the Marcus Prize in Architecture. Her work has been published in many local and international magazines.


Born in Lima, architect of the University of Columbia (1985) and Harvard University (1989), he has developed his professional projects mostly in Spain and the United States. His most recent projects include a 120 housing unit project in Las Casernas of San Andréu, Barcelona (2007); 350 housing unit project in Torresana, Tarrassa, Barcelona (2008), Room 4 of the Barcelona Auditorium (2011), a townhouse in Manhattan (2012) and the Puig Tower in Plaza Europa, Barcelona (2013).

Since 2001 he works as a projects professor in Barcelona and since 2012 in Lima, he works as a professor in the 7th housing workshop and PFC in the Pontificial Catholic University of Peru. Currently, he is the representative architect for the IX Biennal of Architecture and Urbanism in Rosario 2014 and works in partnership with Leon de Lima in North America and Peru.

Fanning 575, has a convenient location, as it is close to restaurants, parks, shopping malls and cultural venues, as it is to Larco Ave, the boardwalk and the ocean.