Client: Agencia Española de Coperación Internacional AECI, SCA Regional Bogotá. Team: David Delgado, Angela Rueda, Felipe Bermudez, Alejandro Peña | Collaborators: Diego Bermudez, Felipe Correa | 3D interior images: Jaime Guzmán | First Prize given to architect Juan Manuel Pelaez.
2007 | Luis Carlos Galán Square in Cota, Cundinamarca: First prize in public competition
Client: Alcaldía Municipal de Cota | Team: David Delgado Visit his website Felipe Bermudez Visit website and Mauricio Pinilla.
2007 | Cementerio Central de Bogotá (competition)
2006 | Biblioteca Paz de Ariporo, Casanare (architectural development and construction supervision)
Client: Ministerio de Cultura Colombia, Gobernación del Casanare | Team: Angela Rueda, David Delgado, Gabriel Campuzano. Structural engineer: Ismael Santana | Collaborators: Brighitte Parra, Paula Valcárcel, Alejandro Peña | Photos: Gabriel Campuzano | View related article in A57 Newsletter
2005 | Biblioteca Paz de Ariporo, first prize in public competition: Three Libraries in Casanare, Colombia
2005 | Biblioteca Yopal, second prize in public competition: Three Libraries in Casanare, Colombia
A large, tree-like shadow thought to produce silence, intimacy and a desirable environment for concentration. A sort of woven texture that filters sunlight and protects space from rain configures this large “shadow”, also proposed as a space to socialize. The building is put on site in two separate two-storey buildings, trying to leave enough free space around, in order to have a surrounding park with different qualities of public spaces, from green areas to hard-floored squares. The library is 2,500m2 area.
Project Authors: Gabriel Campuzano, Felipe Bermudez.
2005 | Biblioteca Villanueva, third prize in public competition: Three libraries in Casanare, Colombia
A sequence of natural and artificial shadows in a small lot. The urban environment suggests the creation of a much more private site that without isolating itself from the town, involves public space in its interior, generating sufficient visual aperture through transparency of parts of the building. Confined courtyards are places suitable for outdoor reading and other cultural activities; reason why the library is somewhat a large roofing that allows ventilation and guarantees appropriate lighting conditions for academic purposes.
Project authors: Angela Rueda, Alejandro Peña