Page 1

c¿ Cuál es el VALOR simbólico del VACIO dentro de la Fragmentación Urbana y la Aceleración económica del Suelo?

do you pluricultural observe ine informal a goodde design? ¿Es posible el VACIO como espacio PUBLICO constituirse un símbolo Socio-Espacial que brinde IDENTIDAD a What la emergencia Lima?

PORTFOLIO PORTAFOLIO

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

ARQUITECTURA Y URBANISMOARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM - ACHITECTURE ET URBANISME ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN


PROJECTS 2018

What do you observe in a good design? The following selection of projects seek to define a good urban design through the different stages of my academic and professional path. They all share a common vision that highlights the strength of their form-based that enables a sense of belonging between the people and their built environment.

1

MSD The University of Melbourne Semester 2-Studio B

pag. 3-9

2018

MSD The University of Melbourne Semester 1- Studio A

pag. 10-15

Master of Urban Design

Master of Urban Design

“THE WEST URBAN CARPET”

“RE-IMAGING THE WATERFRONT”

Melbourne`s CBD , Australia.

Footscray, Greater Melbourne, Australia.

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza


2015

PFC - PUCP

2014

2017-2018

INGEROP PERU S.A.C

Thesis of Architecture

ENSA - LICENCE 3 International studies of Architecture

pag. 16-20

pag. 21-23

pag. 24-30

Bachelor of Architecture

Bachelor of Architecture

“THE URBAN SCENE”

“VIDE URBAIN”

La Victoria, Lima, Perú.

L’isle sur Tarn, Midi-Pyrénées, France.

Architect “Feasibility project for a BRT in Trujillo” “Tranvía de Los 4 Ríos” Perú & Ecuador.

Work experience

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

2


MUD_The university of Melbourne

THE WEST URBAN CARPET

3

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza


MUD_The university of Melbourne

NORTH MELBOURNE

C

WEST MELBOURNE liam Wil St.

t. le S

CBD

t. gS

Kin

sda

Lon

St. ke

r Bou

t. eS urk

o eB

Littl

DOCKLANDS

Block analysis Site analysis

A

Tram lines Railway n Spe

Tram stops

cer St.

YA

A RR

RI

V

ER

A

Southerncross station

B

Flinders station

C

North Melbourne station

The selected site is located in the south west of the Melbourne CBD. It presents a strong high-rise development with a mix of heritage and historic buildings in the corners of Spencer street. Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

4


Block Analysis

MUD_The university of Melbourne Ground level Interface

Lonsdale Lonsdale St St

Development opportunity

Lonsdale St

Block Character

Lonsdale Lonsdale St St

High permeability Permeable Low permeability Water Tank

Demolish without rebuild Demolish Demolish andrebuild rebuild Demolish and Partly (80%) Partlyrenew renew (80%) with new function Partly (50%) Partlyrenew renew (50%) with new function Partly renew (30%) Partly renew (30%) with new function Remain building. Remain building change the use New use Partly renew (10%) without changing function Partly renew (10%)

Lonsdale St

0m

Lonsdale St

Aesthetic surfaces (artworks)

25m

50m

0m

Car parking

Car Parking: Street

1

UniackeCourt Court Unlacke

King St. St King

PenderAl Al Pender

RoseLane Lane Rose

2

2

Water Tank

Spencer SpencerSt. St

Little Bourke St 1

5

King St

5

Pender Al

2

Rose Lane

Cleve La

Spencer St

King St.

6

Street Carparking(46) car-parking Onsite On siteCarparking Temporary Parking(9) car-parking Bus Stop Bus stop Cycle parking Cycle Parking Parking entrance Parking Enterance P. Transport stop

2

CleveLa La Cleve

Uniacke Court

Unlacke Court

Pender Al

Rose Lane

Cleve La

Spencer St.

1

Little Bourke Bourke St St Little

3

CosgraveLane Lane Crosgrave

Langs Lane

Cosgrave Lane

Langs Lane

Crosgrave Lane

Langs Lane

4

Ownership and Open space:

Private open space Private open space

(Upper level 8 floors) (Upper level 5-8 stories)

Public space Public open open space (pedestrian lane) (Pedestrian lane) Private space with Private space with public access (arcade & alleys) public access Property boundary Property boundary

3

4 Bourke St

0m

25m 0m

50m 25m

What do you observe in a good design?

5

50m

50m

6-7

Water Tank

Bourke St

25m

Ownership & Open space

Lonsdale St St Lonsdale

Upper Level Interface: Upper Level Interface: High permeability A Grade -- High permeable A Grade -- High permeable Permeable B Grade -- Less permeable B Grade -- Less permeable Blank surface C Grade -- Blank surface C Grade -- Blank surface 4

Little Bourke St

Ethnic restaurant entrances Cultural feature entrances Ethnic restaurant entrances High permeable Night life entrances Cultural feature entrances TouristLess & permeable visitor Night life entrances Entrances Blank surface Residential entrances Tourist & visitor entrances Podium towers Residential entrances(Lifts) Residential towers Podium Towers Aesthetic surface Residential Towers (artworks)

STREET INTERFACE Block Character

Bourke St St Bourke

50m

Upper level Interface

King King St. St

25m

CosgraveLane Lane Crosgrave

Potential of Redevelopment:

Langs Lane

0m

PenderAlAl Pender

Little Bourke St St Little Bourke

Bourke St

Bourke St St Bourke

Rose Lane

Blank surface

Cleve Cleve LaLa

Less permeable

Crosgrave Lane

Langs Lane

Cosgrave Lane Crosgrave Lane

LangsLane Lane Langs

High permeable

Spencer Spencer St.St

King St.

Little Bourke St

Uniacke Court

Unlacke Court

Pender Al

STREET INTERFACE

Rose Lane

Cleve La

Little Bourke Bourke St St Little

Spencer St.

King King St.St

Pender Al Al Pender

Rose Lane Rose Lane

SpencerSt. St Spencer

CleveLaLa Cleve

UniackeCourt Court Unlacke

Water Tank

1

Bourke St St Bourke

0m

25m

50m

The proposal transform the Little Bourke St. into a Civic Carpet that integrates lanes and private arcades to extend a network of small open spaces within the block. It promotes a liveable and distinctive streetscape experience that shapes porous interfaces and pedestrian linkages to significant community building. It aims to shift the traditional blocks of high-rise development into a future car-free zone with vertical open space. 0m

25m

50m

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza


Proposal codes

MUD_The university of Melbourne Build form

r St.

nce

Spe

A flexible setback typologies that enrich the porosity of street wall interfaces and reduce the visual impact of vertical buildings.

Street wall Setback

ane

gL

Lan

A.1

A.1.1// keep a minimum of 1.2m setback from the property line to align with the surrounding street wall line along Little Bourke st.

ane

ve L

gra

Cos

A.1

B.1

A.1.2// Keep a minimum of 10m setback from the property line after exceeding surrounding street wall height. St.

B.1

B.1 A.1

Corner Setback Line

B.1

B.1

per Up st We

er Upp st We

A.2.1// Development must align with the surrounding setback line in the corners of Little Bourke St. with existing lanes. A.2.2// Arcade, canopy or gallery must not exceed 3.5m ceiling height.

A.2

Small Porous Frontages

rt

ou ec

ck Unla

e

Ros t. gS

e lack

Kin

Un

e Lan

e Ros

rt cou

New development

B.1

t.

rS nce

Spe

B.1

B.1.1// Open up more than one entrances for non-residential rooms within 10m distance and direct transparency windows in streets.

e

Lan

t.

gS

Kin

Setback

New development

A.2

Private Lift

B.1.2// keep a 80% openness in upper levels using balconies and open windows to residential and no-residential rooms along Little Bourke St. and lanes. B.1.3// Keep brick frontages composition and open up existing windows and entrances for non-residential purposes.

t. er S

nc

Spe

Public Realm design guidance ane

gL

Lan

ve

sgra

Co

2.1

A pedestrian friendly networking of small pocket squares with creative blue stone intervention trough alleys.

ane

L ang

L

e

Lan

2.1 sg

e rav

Co

e

To street design

Lan

1.2 per Up st We

1.3

1

1.1// Street edges includes the spaces that extends the public access beyond the property line including street wall setbacks, arcade, gallery, forecourt and store front. 1.2// Customized street pavements must include 70% of standard blue stone designs for No-residential purpose. 1.3// Development that exceeds 12 sqm of forecourt , store front and gallery must include 30 % of street designs pattern into the property. 1.4// Street lighting is required for setback distance longer than 1m. 1.5// Street pavement must difference speed transition zones between pedestrian access and car entrances.

1.5

1.2 1.5

To pedestrian lane zones

2

2.1// Keep pedestrian access only: Rose,Langs,Crosgrave,Uniacke Ct.

2.2// Setback pavement must include 50% of blue stone design. t.

gS

Kin

ane

eL

Ros cke

Unla

rt

cou

2.3// Street lighting is required from 6pm to 6am.

ane

eL

Ros

New development

Arcade

Property Line

Lots subdivision Community hub

t.

gS

Kin

cke

Unla

2.1

rt

cou

2.1

New development New small shop tenancy Existing front shops

Arcade Community hub

2.4//Art street intervention is encourage trough street blank walls and brick frontages.

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

6


SCENARIOS

MUD_The university of Melbourne

3

2

1

(AFTER) A.1

A.1

1

A.1

B.1

B.1 A.2

D.2

C.1 B.1

A.2 B.1

C.1

D.2

B.1

B.1

B.1

B.1

B.1

B.1

B.1

View to Langs lane. A liveable pedestrian space that enhances the aesthetic street wall line with small shops interfaces.

7

The Civic carpet in Little Bourke St. A shared street typology with strong pedestrian-friendly design that links with the community building enhancing a sense of place.

Building controls. The new development aligns with the existing setback line and applied air-transfer rights control to transfer the exceeding stories to a new opportunity development in front. Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza


Proposal codes

MUD_The university of Melbourne

ane

gL

Lan

Open space

ane

ve L

gra

Cos

To create a vibrant and vertical public realm that link visual connections between existing building and a continuous open space network that includes open space and public roof top.

D.2 D.2 C.1 D.2

Roof top facility

1

D.2 C.1

a

C.1.1// Development must give a clear public access to all age and people with physical disadvantages.

6

D.2

C.1 C.1

C.1.2// Leisure, recreational or pop up activities must has a minimum of 6sqm and maximum of 30sqm.

er Upp st We

C.1.3// Development must include a minimum of 30 % of vegetation and unfixed canopy structure.

3 2 5 4

D.2

1 Public access

t.

gS

Kin

ke nlac

U

e

L

Ros

New development

rt

cou

t.

gS

Kin

e Lan

New development Roof top connectivity

D.1.3// Development that provide leisure, recreational and private events must give public access during business hours.

Private Lift

urt

2 3 4 5 6 (Residential Tower)

e co

ck Unla

D.1.1// Development must provide a minimum of 30% of the floor area to community facilities. D.1.2// Development must include a minimum of 30 % of vegetation and unfixed canopy structure.

(Lift sculpture)

ane

D.2

Private open space

a Community open space

e Ros

C.1

(BEFORE)

1

4

3

2

Private open space

Aesthetic character

(Residential podium)

(Building fluctuation)

Opportunity development (Landmark building) New development (42 stories approved)

Low permeability (blank entrances)

New development (42 stories approved)

Landmark building (Vacant space)

Massive street car-parking

Opportunity Development

(Vacant building)

Car-parking podium (6 stories)

New development (42 stories approved)

Massive street car-parking Low permeability (car entrances)

Low permeability (car entrances)

Massive street car-parking

Roof top uses (Private access)

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

8


SCENARIOS

MUD_The university of Melbourne

4 (AFTER) D.2

C.1 C.1

D.2

D.2

B.1

C.1

D.2

D.2

A.1

The vertical Green carpet. Proposal of a high-open space network integrating available private and public rooftop buildings along Little Bourke St.

9

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza


MUD_The university of Melbourne

Re-shaping the waterfront

Footscray

Maribyrnong River

It focuses on the lack of the integration between the two major characteristics of Footscray’s identity: the aesthetic quality of the Maribyrnong Riverfront the complexity of diverse ethnic groups.

The non space The edge The street The Negative space

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

10


Analysis

LANDUSE MAP

Predominant Ethnicity Distribution

0 0

500 500 m

SCALE 1:6000M

Legend

Physical Barrier Map

Maribyrnong River Rail way

Australia & NewZeland West & East Europe

MUD_The university of Melbourne

1000 M

0

Law Landuse Map

0

SCALE 1:6000M

Legend

India, Middle East & Africa Asia LEGEND

500 500 m

Maribyrnong River Rail way

Commercial area

Residential houses

Insitutions

Nature

Industrial zone

River of Maribyrnong

Residential houses Commercial area

Industrial zone Green open space

Institutions

Railway

A.Vehicle and Pedestrian Pass Below Railway

B.Vehicle and Pedestrian Pass Above Railway

C.Only Pedestrian Pass Above Railway

Legend River Railway Barriers Less Permeable End Road Vehicle Pass Above

0

Physical Barrier

0

Pedestrians Pass Above Vehicle Pass Below

Pedestrians Pass Below

11

Legend

M. River Rail way

Barriers Less Permeable

Pedestrian pass above Pedestrian pass below

500

500 m

SCALE 1:6000M

Vehicle pass above Vehicle pass below

Percieved Riverfront Identity

1000 M

0

Legend

Maribyrnong River

Residential houses Commercial area

Industrial zone Nature

500 m

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

1000 M


Precinct Plan

MUD_The university of Melbourne

SITE 4

SITE 3

THE EDGE

SITE 2

Re-imaging the riverfront

SITE 1

0

500

1000 M

SCALE 1:6000M 0

500m

LEGEND Analysis area Proposal Axis

Concept

Proposal Site Railway infrastructure

Attraction spots End point walking and cycling

River of Maribyrnong

Pedestrian access

Bridge

Car access

SITE 3 Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

12


Proposal plan

MUD_The university of Melbourne B-B

C-C

E-E

D-D

Hederson House

FCAC

A GRIMES RESERVE Aboriginal heritage

1

5

Fabric Bar

6

8

2

C

12

Art Precint Lawn

3

Appartment block

B

4

7

0

sec. A-A D

9

10

B-B

11

C-C

E-E

9

Maribyrnong River

sec. A-A

D-D

13

E

13

Industrial zone

0

20 m

Legend 0- Old Railway B- View from Water Body III 1- Water body I (Fishing Farm) 3- Water body III (Pool sport) 5- Pavillion I (Fishing facilities) 8- Street Market (Temporary activity) 10- Wood stair 12- New Bridge Pedestrian & Cycling A- View from the C- View from Water body I 4Water body IV ( Entreteiment) 6- Pavillion II (Meeting room) 9- Floating bar-cafes, pop up shops 11- Wharf 2- Water body II (Floating garden) upfield 13- Solar Water Purifier (Temporary activity) 7- Pavillion II (Sport facilites) D- View from the Footscray Rd.

Section A-A

13

1

5

2

8

3

7

4

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza


MUD_The university of Melbourne A

Present

The strenghts. The strong presence of the old railway bridge, the potencial view to the CBD of Melbourne and the existing nature of the river front.

B

A

New pedestrian&cycling bridge adjusted to the existing one to connect both sides of the river providing potencial views to the CBD.

C

B

Present

Regeneration of the river front by introducing water bodies,opening the existing wharf and integrating the old railway for public activities.

The opportunity. The poor condition of the hisrorical wharf and the reduced border line that contrast with the aesthetic atmosphere of the Maribyrnog river and the Melbourne´s port view.

The conflict. The extensive car parking line that reduces the space for public activities and the continuity of open spaces to the border front of the Maribyrnong river. This image take place next to the Grimmer lawn considered as an aboriginal heritage site.

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

14


MUD_The university of Melbourne

C

A new environmental character that links the past industrial transit of goods and the heritage site of aboriginal activities related to the river of Maribyrnong through a broader waterfront boulevard that provides smoothly transitions, floating and productive interfaces to the river.

D

15

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza


Final Project of University- PUCP 2015-I, 2015-II

Bach. Arch. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú Site: La Victoria, Lima , PERÚ. Area: 30 000 m2. Program: Institutional and cultural center.

THE URBAN SCENE GAMARRA’S CLUSTER: CITY OF CULTURE, IDENTITY AND TEXTILE INNOVATION Thesis of Architecture

The concept forms a central space that work as a scenic square half Site: La Victoria, Lima. Peru level above the street (+2 meters) where cultural neighborhood events Programe: Cluster of fashion industry and cultural center. and festival activities of Gamarra are celebrated. In the same way, the differents strategic volumne locations improve the relationship of various complex urban plots (Formal - Informal , organic - compact) with the park (urban void).

Image: individual design

CONCEPT Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

16


Bach. Arch. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú

What

The concept shapes a central space that works as a scenic square where the cultural neighborhood events and fesdo you observe in a good design? tival activities of the cluster are celebrated. The differents volumnes are strategic located to improve the pedestrian linkage of different urban morphologies with the recreationa c¿ Cuál es el VALOR simbólico del VACIO dentro de la Fragmentación Urbana y la Aceleración económica del Suelo? park.(Formal-Informal, organic-compact)

GAMARRA’S CLUSTER : CITY OF CULTURE, IDENTITY AND TEXTILE INNOVATION

¿Es posible el VACIO como espacio PUBLICO constituirse un símbolo Socio-Espacial que brinde IDENTIDAD a la emergencia pluricultural e informal de Lima?

Image: individualthe design Redefining open

space network between the boundaries of formal and informal urbanism

¿How Architecture can add value to an urban void in a commercial context of urban land? 17 ¿It’s possible an Urban Void as a public space builds a symbol that affirm the identity of a new multi-cultural centrality in Lima?

Concept Image Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza


Proposal programe

Final Project of University-Católica PUCP 2015 Bach. Arch. Pontificia Universidad del Perú

HOUSING BLOCK

HYBRID BLOCK

Boutic Hotel colective Housing Tower Hotel Comerce Panoramic rooftop INSTITUTIONAL AND COMERCIAL BLOCK Meeting Center Galeries Theatre MAC ( Institutional center for citezens ) FASHION CENTER Workshop center Clothing commerce ( Retail and Boutique) Fashion show room

SCENIC PLAZA Level + 2.00 meters

The Proyect is seems as the first step to Urban Regeneration for changing the future of un informal cluster of clothing manufacture called “ Emporio Comercial Gamarra” and surroundings into a city of culture, identity and textile innovation. It means, a new geographical center that provide links between the Peruvian textile culture and the comercial retail bussiness to add value to the ancient work techniques of Peruvian native cotton. Therefore, it will recognize the migrant origin identity of the comercial and traditional neighborhood.

CULTURAL BLOCK

Local Library Native Cotton and Identity Museum Textil Factory and Recycle Cotton Center

Image: individual design

(urban fabric)

(open space)

(urban Park)

SUMMERY Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

18


Fashion center building section

Perspective of the main walking area

Image: individual design

Final Project of University- PUCP 2015-I, 2015-II

Bach. Arch. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú

MAIN SECTION

The cluster fashion building

19

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza


Final Project of University- PUCP 2015-I, 2015-II

Bach. Arch. Pontificia Universidad CatĂłlica del PerĂş

Image: individual design

Urban scene. A view to the civic plaza that enables a sense of place withinand the memory block character. SCENIC PLAZA: Facade, identity Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

20


Site : L’isle sur tarn, Midi-Pyrénées, FRANCIA. Bach. Arch. Ecole Nationale Supérieur de Toluouse Program: Mediad’Architecture library.

Area: 1080 m2.

SITE

THE Urban Void Individual design.

The share void. The resulting mass of the the public space with his context and to Le vide urbaine The proyect is a media library , where the his neighbor International semester study in France to shape the forme of the co ” the patioFrance “ (comun space) with the com Site: L’isle sur tarm, Midi-Pyrénées, Programe: Media library

Image: workshop team.

21

it develops a vertical special scale that p church and the main plaza of the small c the narrow layout of the streets , where space for contemporary identity and th in time.

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza


Bach. Arch. Ecole Nationale Supérieur d’Architecture de Toluouse

ENSA- International studies 2014-II

Concept

Proposal Plan

PLACE Site : L’isle sur tarn, Midi-Pyrénées, FRANCIA.

PLACE

Program: Media library. Area: 1080 m2.

SITE

L’EGLISE

SITE

L’EGLISE

Individual design.

Level 1

The share void. The resulting mass of the building rises for opening the public space with his context and to complement it. The concept explores the urban meaning of a tradional Patio as a local The proyect is ashared mediavoid library , where the building is of located next toto space where its shapes the resulting mass the building his neighborthe to neighbousr shape the block. forme of the context square and to share complement ” theproject patio is “ (comun with the The a media space) library, where thecommunity. building form links with the half block of its neighbour to form a big square with a shared patio (common space) open to the community. it develops a vertical special scale that provide a link between the

church and the main plaza of the small city. One void that saturates the narrow layout of the streets , where the public means a new

It develops a vertical medium scale that provides a new axis link between B the church and the main plaza of the small city. The urban void gives a broader open space to reach more sunlight to the narrow lanes of the street network. It achieves a new space for contemporary identity within the timeless character of the context. Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

22


Bach. Arch. Ecole Nationale SupÊrieur d’Architecture de Toluouse ENSA- International studies 2014-II

Individual design.

Light, space and view

Mass and Void

23

Volumetric composition

Individual design.

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

MAIN SECTION


Ingerop Peru S.A.C

Work Experience Feasibility project for BRT in Trujillo Site: Trujillo, Peru Year: 2017 Tranvía de Los 4 Ríos (Tram stops) Site: Cuenca, Ecuador Year: 2018

(Images: Ingerop Peru S.A.C) Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

24


Work Experience A

Ingerop Peru S.A.C

Conceptual Design Feasibility project to implement a Bus rapid transit (Articulated Bus) in the regional city of Trujillo. The city centre is listed by the UNESCO world heritage site.

Nicolas de PiĂŠrola (Highways)

(Proposal-segregated lane)

Project: Feasibility project for a BRT in Trujillo Country: Trujillo (PERU) Client : Trujillo goverment and CAF Position: Junior Architect Work: Design concept strategy

(Before)

Design response Street sections exploration to improve the built environment for a new MRT (massive rapid transit) in cities sensitive to urban growth. The key move adjust the new bus lines in relation the street typology shifting into a pedestrian-friendly path increasing the social and economic value of the properties within the main proposal axis.

25

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza


Ingerop Peru S.A.C

EspaĂąa avenue (Main street)

Local street and lanes (Historic center)

Mansiche (residential street)

(Proposal-segregated lane)

(Proposal-segregated lane)

(Proposal-segregated lane)

(Before)

(Before)

(Before)

(Proposal-Shared path)

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

26


Ingerop Peru S.A.C

Proposal Plan

To El Porvenir

To the coastline cities

To the foreign suburbs

Proposal BRT To Huanchaco beach

27

To the beach

2nd ring (outer city) 1st ring (historic center) Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza


Work Experience B

Ingerop Peru S.A.C

Design and Surpervision Implementation of the architecture stops of a Light rail system (tram) in the highland city of Cuenca at 2560 m.a.s.l. Its city centre is listed by the UNESCO world heritage site.

Project: Design of Tram stops ¨Tranvía Los 4 Ríos¨ Country: Cuenca (ECUADOR) Client : GAD (Cuenca goverment) and CAF Position: Junior Architect Work: Design, modelling and supervision

Design response The project focused on a perfect assemblage of the architecture object with the context. The ceiling highlights a strong horizontal integration with the exuberant landscape and increases the limitless perception of the station with the transit flows of people and cars. 3D Modelling (Images: Ingerop PERU S.A.C) Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

28


Ingerop and ACTN

Work Supervision (Images: GAD Facebook )

29

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza


Ingerop and ACTN

Urban lamp. The structure highlights the linear axis of tramway to increase the perception of safety on the streets.

Details of Architecture & Lighting (Images: Ingerop PERU S.A.C) Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza

30


Melbourne School of Design THE UNIVERSITY OF

MELBOURNE

What do you observe in a good design? Places. People. Change

Gian Franco Valverde Espinoza gfve91@gmail.com +61 0450713733

Portfolio of Architecture & Urban design  
New
Advertisement