Cajabamba, a hidden paradise

Cajabamba, a hidden paradise

  Cajabamba, paradise earth that has very genuine nuances expressed strongly in their landscape, accentuating them in the dawns, in sunsets, in seasons, in full moon nights by silvery, Spiked twinkling stars in the sky, in other cases , heavy rains that dawn with his symphony onomatopoeia, combing vestuosos humble roofs and thatched roofs of … Sigue leyendo

Arequipa release a new tour

Arequipa release a new tour

The Tour of La Belle Epoque in Arequipa is a new tourism product that is expected to become an alternative for visitors who want to know the heart of the White City. This tour consists of a visit to twelve houses that reflect the architectural styles that were introduced in the city in the nineteenth … Sigue leyendo

Pacaya Samiria, the new route and destination for 2014

Pacaya Samiria, the new route and destination for 2014

For those who want to know the Selva (Peruvian Jungle) and surrounding area with every imaginable amenity , we recommend doing so on a cruise five star all inclusive. Some of the most iconic companies operating in the local market are Aqua Expeditions, Delfín Amazon Cruises e International Expeditions. Although it sounds unlikely, these companies offer the … Sigue leyendo

Peru named world’s top culinary destination

Peru named world’s top culinary destination

By Manuel Vigo December 12, 2012 Peru’s cuisine continues to draw international accolades. Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism Jose Luis Silva announced, on Wednesday, that Peru has won two categories at the 2012 World Travel Awards (WTA). Peru was named ‘World’s Leading Culinary Destination’, while Machu Picchu was named the ‘World’s Leading Green Destination’. … Sigue leyendo

The Andean Quena, Peru’s Emblematic Flute

The Andean Quena, Peru’s Emblematic Flute

By Brayan Coraza Morveli with David Knowlton From ancient times Peru has been a land of flutes. Different kinds of flutes formed ensembles that played for different events and, like a calendar, marked the season’s passing. Even today, though, in Cuzco one can hear every kind of music that plays in international ears, these flutes continue. … Sigue leyendo

Lima’s sandwich boom

Lima’s sandwich boom

    Gestion Translated and adapted by Alix Farr November 16, 2012   In the book, “Gastronomic Chronicles,” Jorge Salazar remembers John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich, whose passion for playing cards meant that he would never leave the game table, even to eat. He would ask that he be served a small snack of … Sigue leyendo

Forbes names Peruvian food a top 10 trend of 2012

Forbes names Peruvian food a top 10 trend of 2012

Peruvian cuisine has been named one of the top 10 food trends of 2012 by Forbes, an American business magazine. The list focuses on tendencies in American food and restaurants, and was based on feedback from chefs, restaurateurs, food educators and writers from across the country. The magazine gives some credit to Chef Ricardo Zarate … Sigue leyendo

Renovated Victorian House

Renovated Victorian House

Renovated Victorian House in South Yarra, Melbourne, Australia This stately Victorian residence has been renovated and extended, filled with beautiful balconies leading to the circular path and pool. It is located in South Yarra, a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The house has a formal living room, dining room and study. A lounge, a kitchen … Sigue leyendo

Renovation of Convent de Sant Francesc – David Closes

Renovation of Convent de Sant Francesc – David Closes

http://inhabitat.com/modern-interventions-used-to-renovate-the-crumbling-sant-francesc-church-in-spain/

The Catalan town of Santpedor could have demolished its crumbling convent and church to make way for a new and improved cultural center, but instead they chose to preserve and upgrade the space. Catalan architect David Closes was hired to lead the renovation of the Sant Francesc Convent and preserve this historic legacy of the space. Using modern interventions and materials, Closes shores up the ruin with glass, concrete and steel walls, staircases, and ramps. Walking through the bright and airy renovated space is a bit like exploring an archeological dig

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WALSTROM HOUSE BY JOHN LAUTNER

WALSTROM HOUSE BY JOHN LAUTNER

John Lautner was a California based architect that built very inspiring public buildings and private residences. The Walstrom house was constructed in 1969 into the side of a hill in the Santa Monica mountains just outside of Los Angeles. My main interest in this home is of course the use of wood, but also the … Sigue leyendo

H.2 Residence by 314 Architecture Studio

H.2 Residence by 314 Architecture Studio

  The building is located in the area of Golf in Glyfada and consists of three residential area 250m2 each. Each residence has two small bedrooms and one master. Outside the building there is an atrium that provides light to secondary areas of the house while working as a funnel exit of hot air for … Sigue leyendo