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About AZCA

I'm doing a lot of research about the architecture in AZCA. These are some images from Perpiñá's original project for the area. The main idea was the total separation of pedestrians and vehicles in different layers of parkings and paths.

A botanical garden, a library and an opera house were included in the plans, but these were never built.

  • Larraín's Letter

    Following is a beautiful letter written by Sergio Larrain to his nephew, who had previously asked Larrain where to begin to become a photographer:"First and foremost, you have to have a camera that fits you well, one that you like, because it’s about…

    About AZCA II

    I've found an old issue of Revista Nacional de Arquitectura, from May 1955. The magazine itself is a piece of art, filled with classic ads and old typographies from the 50s, it also contains the first appearance of Perpiñá's project in media. These are…