This course, part of the curriculum of the Architecture Degree, brings the student closer to different construction systems. Starting with typical peruvian systems of adobe, quincha, wood and this time also bamboo. We built a roof in 4″ Guadua Angustifolia and Policarbonato with wooden frames.
This was in the framework of the COP 20 meetings that were held in the city of Lima in 2014. The students learned through a continuous follow-up about ancestral and sustainable constructions.
This course was taught by Arch. Viviana Arriola, an expert in adobe and me. We had Moflex group one day as guests and the principles of the Panel-Panal were also applied.