Register: NOV/09/2018, Submit: NOV/09/2018, Eligibility: Students, graduates, freelance professionals; individually, teams up to 4 members (at least one member has to be under 35); participants do not have to be experts in architecture or registered in a professional register, Fee: 60 EUR (AUG/09 – SEP/27/2018), 80 EUR (SEP/28 – NOV/09/2018), Awards: 1st Prize 1,000 EUR, 2nd Prize 700 EUR, 3rd Prize 300 EUR
Lima not only is Peru’s capital, but it also is the greatest city for number of inhabitants in Perù. Lima is undergoing a continuous change even though its biggest contradiction remains unchanged: a three meters wall that runs over ten kilometers separates people of different social states. Thus, on one side of the wall, the barren landscape dominates, showing no green areas and only a few streets. This area is barely/rarely reached with water supply and electricity, and many small houses have been manually built, up to the top of the mountain.