Sunday, May 02, 2004

Machu Picchu 2004

The first, second and third prize winners in the Machu Picchu 2004 Architecture Competition, sponsored by Architectum, have been announced and are currently on display in an online, virtual exhibition. The program, a hostel in Cusco, Peru, was intended to celebrate the importance of the historical site of Machu Picchu while also celebrating the natural context. Click below for the winner's boards, or check the virtual exhibition to see all 264 entries.

First Prize - Giuliano Valdivia Zegarra, Alvaro Pastor Cavagneri, Hernán Perochena Angulo, Edith Suárez Málaga, and Renzo Borda Bustamante from Peru
Second Prize - Geanpaolo Pietri and Teresa Schiavone from the United States
Third Prize - Claudio Navarrete Michelini and Nayib. Tala G. from Chile