Office building in Juan de Arona, Lima
Project: Preliminary design for Offices building in 700 Juan de Arona Street, lotes 739/761/765/767 ‐ San Isidro, Lima, Perú
Location: Lima, Perú
Team: Joaquín Aramburu Maqua, José Luis Gómez de Tomás, Antonio Aramburu, Isabel Aranda Yáguez and Julio Domínguez Nevado + Ojeda&Asociados
Date: 01/04/2014The project is developed in three lots placed in Avenida Juan de Arona.
This large corporate office building enjoys a privileged location on this road, one of the most important in the district of San Isidro.
Considering the current scarcity and high land prices in this consolidated area, Las Palmeras building becomes a distinctive investment alternative.
In addition to those premium buildings benefits, the project has the opportunity to increase its value in the medium-term because it is located in the most potential district of San Isidro.
The building has six parking floors, eleven office floors and one independent shop in the first floor.
These six levels below ground floor accommodate 268 parking lots, including five disable lots and visitors floors. These parking levels are connected to the offices floors through the central communication core. This unique communication core consists on four elevators and a staircase at the parking levels. A second staircase is added going from the first floor to the roof floor.
Two offices have been projected in each office floor. Each one has its own waiting rooms, reception, corridor, meeting room and offices. Also hygienic services have been proposed in each office, for both men and women. The final distribution although, will be decide by the tenant.
The roof floor consists of large plants areas to provide the building with green areas. This terrace could also be used as a smoking area or workers resting areas. Additionally, five meeting rooms are placed at this roof floor for the exclusive workers use. The largest one can accommodate up to 54 people.