La Chascona (Chile). 'Pablo Neruda’s Santiago house, built at the foot of Cerro San Cristobal, paid tribute to two of his great loves: his wife Matilde (the name ‘La Chascona’ refers to her unruly hair) and the sea. No matter that this house, unlike his others in Chile, is nowhere near the ocean – the living room feels like a lighthouse, while the dining room resembles a ship’s cabin.'
Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » Selk´nam - Is this what my ancestors faced when they arrived in Chile in the early 19th century?
Memory Museum / Mario Figueroa + Carlos Dias + Lucas Fehr
Memory Museum, Matucan, Santiago, Chile. This expansive wall of photos of persons who disappeared under the rule of Pinoche in Chile in the Museum of memory (Santiago, Chile) is a successful exhibit for several reasons. It importantly achieves both an emotional connection with the viewer through subject matter and scale, inviting social interaction through the open position of the exhibit in the museum environment.
the geometry of conscience memorial by alfredo jaar. Next to the museum of memory in Santiago, Chile.
Casa Museo Pablo Neruda, Isla Negra, Chile
Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center / Cristian Fernandez Arquitectos + Lateral Arquitectura & Diseño
Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center Cristian Fernandez Arquitectos, Lateral Arquitectura Diseño