MILAGROS ALICIA ANTEZANO CHÁVARRI, JORGE ALBERTO BALERDI ARR
The book is an invitation to think about architecture not only from the practice of this profession, but also from the educational side. The first part of the book consists of six articles reflecting on this career; and, second, five interviews with some of the most recognized architects in the medium, who in turn have founded and led the most important architectural faculties of the city of Lima, and certainly Peru: Enrique Ciriani, teacher of architects in Peru and France; Juvenal Baracco, teacher of generations at Ricardo Palma University; Miguel Cruchaga, dean of the Peruvian University of Applied Sciences; Adolfo Córdova, worthy representative of the National University of Engineering; and Frederick Cooper, founder of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. In short, this book is a tool that will help to know and be passionate about architecture, to reflect on what the basic ideas have been in the formation of architects in the country during the twentieth century and why not? from there build an agenda.