Our cities keep an immense treasure, full of anecdotes and urban experiences. That is why they seek to reactivate their old helmets, revitalizing their emblematic buildings. Old structures in bad state of conservation, are recovered, adapting them to current uses.
Domus América Central y el Caribe #39 edition, reviews new projects in old neighborhoods of our region and the world that were built at the end of the previous year and beginning of 2017.
Francisco Pardo Arquitecto + Amezcua, recover an old house in Mexico City. Havre 77 has its current essence and restores the past. From El Salvador, Estudio arquitectura GA rescues the ruins of an old hospital, creating a new Center for Integral Development for women in Suchitoto. We also include a classic of Costa Rican architecture. Casa Maroto, icon of the modernist movement in Central America, shows the validity of the work of its creator Arch. Enrique Maroto Montejo.