- Architects: Semillas
- Location: Local Group Jerusalen de Miñaro, Pangoa, Satipo, Peru
- Creator Architects: Marta Maccaglia, Martina Uda, Giuliana Miglierina
- Design Group And Control: Gonzalo Diaz Arrieta (Structure), Marta Anducas Armengou (cultural mediator and logistics), Pamela Amadio, Raffaela Ceparano, Matteo Penzo, Ilaria Pinto (paintings control – CPS – Comunità Promozione e Sviluppo)
- Venture Yr: 2017
- Images: Eleazar Cuadros
- Construction: Carlos Barreda
- Financer: Costa Basis
- Building: Javier Garcia Paucar, Elias Martinez Ramos
- Communitary Control: Italo Cherense Leguía, Caleb Jerónimo Jerónimo, Verónica Chari
- Promoter: Asociación Volcafé Speciality Perú (VSP) Generaciones
- Interinstitutional Mediator: Roberto Ortiz (VSP Generaciones), Simone Wick (VSP Generaciones)
- Cooperation: CPS – Comunitá Promozione Sviluppo, Pobladores de l. a. CN de Jerusalen de Miñaro, Municipalidad Distrital de Pangoa, Municipalidad provincial de Satipo
- Space: 1000 m2 (new construction); 87 m2 (refurbishment)
The local group of Jerusalen de Minaro is situated within the district of Pangoa, in Peru’s central jungle. It’s designated as a VRAEM zone, that means its population are indigenous communities that had been seriously affected and displaced through the armed warfare of the 1990’s. Even supposing the college functioned for roughly 40 years and greater than 200 scholars attended, the stipulations had been precarious at highest. The infrastructure consisted of transient school rooms and the areas didn’t meet the minimal convenience necessities essential for correct tutorial actions.
Procedure and building
The aim of the challenge was once to create a “democratic house,” through which kids, formative years, and adults would have the ability to dream and plan their desired futures. As such, we proposed an built-in technique involving the cooperation of various nationwide and world establishments, and immediately concerned the group in each and every segment of the challenge.
Within the analysis stages of the challenge, we held workshops with scholars, folks, and lecturers to resolve the desires, goals, and priorities for the long run faculty. The development was once performed underneath the steerage of grasp developers and with direct participation from staff locally. The involvement of native staff allowed for the change of information thru “in situ” paintings revel in and coaching workshops held during the development procedure.
The challenge proposed processes which advertise the change of information, the revaluing of human assets, and the usage of native fabrics. Importantly, flexible areas had been proposed to be in step with new pedagogical methodologies. The construction is arranged into four modules: three school rooms and 1 multipurpose house. As well as, two present school rooms had been repurposed as a place of abode for the lecturers, and the bathrooms had been renovated. The 3 school room modules are situated alongside the southern finish of the lot with the longitudinal façade operating north and south. The prevailing timber and plants had been built-in into the design. Within the multipurpose room, a tree marks the principle front for the college and paperwork a part of the inner house.
Alongside the north aspect, a line of timber runs alongside the façade to create oblique lighting fixtures and coloration for the connecting corridors. The kids have taken possession of the spacious lined patios and created an imaginary global. They climb at the partitions, cover within the wood divisions, and use the home windows as chairs. The lined corridors and steady patios of the school rooms shape circuits, or routes of play, which result in Parquebambu. The park is a spot for youngsters to play and use their creativeness and was once conceived of all the way through a building workshop with kids from the group.
Fabrics and bioclimatic design
Every other cutting edge energy of the Jerusalen de Minaro challenge is the architectural proposal which was once performed with a minimum funds however didn’t sacrifice the standard of the development. One technique was once to resolve the most productive use of the to be had assets. Native fabrics had been used and native wisdom was once hired to create a bioclimatic design which nonetheless met all protection and building rules. For the design, the proposal referred to as for the principle construction of concrete and picket and a roof of picket panels lined with asphalt tiles.
Ambient convenience is completed the use of a “passive methods design,” with specific consideration paid to controlling solar power, air flow, developing oblique daylight, and the chimney impact. The roof additionally has a rainwater assortment device which retail outlets water in increased tanks. In conclusion, the college within the local group of Jerusalen de Minaro proposes new, flexible, tutorial areas which inspire creativity. The college, being a public house, has transform an enormous milestone for the group. It acts a social catalyst and offers many alternatives for all.