MALI Museum

Mimic proposes a new building adjacent to the MALI that references the historic facade of the Exposition Palace while creating a dynamic cultural plaza between the two structures for locals, tourists and students to enjoy. Anchoring the busy corner of the Avenida Garcilaso de la Vega and the Paseo de Colón, the new wing provides a much-needed social presence that invites pedestrians and commuters into the Parque de la Exposición.

  • Status: Designed 2016
  • Location: Lima, Peru
  • Client: The Lima Art Museum (MALI)
  • Size: 19,690 SF
  • Scope: Competition
  • In Collaboration With: !melk landscape architecture and urban design
  • Team: Matthias Hollwich, AIA Marc Kushner, AIA Robert May, Kate Scott, Alberto Herzog, Dorin Baul, Nicolas Lee, Emily Puhnaty