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Polychrome and gilded wooden ceiling in the nave of S„o CristÛv„o, showing water damage on the walls, 2014
Lisbon, Portugal

Church of São Cristóvão

The Church of São Cristóvão, a rare survivor of the 1755 earthquake in Lisbon, is now in need of conservation to restore its splendor.
A row of arches in a section of the ¡gua da Prata Aqueduct near the city walls of …vora, 2014
Évora, Portugal

Água da Prata Aqueduct

Laborious effort is needed to preserve the Água da Prata Aqueduct while allowing it to keep functioning for the irrigation of parks and gardens.
Detail of the faÁade of the Boix House from Ariston Bautista Street, 2014
Manila, Philippines

Boix House

Boix House has captured the imagination of a volunteer group that is turning the site into a beacon for learning about history, architecture and the neighborhood.
Remains of a kallanca (great hall), an Inca structure used by the workers as shelter , 2013
Andahuaylillas, Peru


The overexploitation of the quarry of Rumiqolqa threatens the pre-Inca and Inca archaeological remains found at the site.
A view of the crossing and the dome of La Ermita de Barranco, 2015
Lima, Peru

La Ermita de Barranco

A crumbling church in a lively district of Lima with the potential for revitalization, La Ermita de Barranco is a reminder of the neighborhood’s origin as a humble fishing village.
Quinta de Presa, interior, 2017
Completed Project
Rímac, Lima, Peru

Quinta de Presa

Quinta de Presa is a unique eighteenth-century suburban villa located on the outskirts of downtown Lima, north of the Rímac River.
Fortress, January 2011
Active Project
San Rafael District, Peru

Chankillo Archaeoastronomical Complex

Chankillo was built as a fortified temple complex over 2,300 years ago in the coastal desert of Peru, near the Casma-Sechín river basin.
Completed Project
Lima, Peru

Lima Historic Center

Founded by Francisco Pizarro in 1535 as "the City of Kings," Lima was laid out according to the standard Spanish colony grid plan that was superimposed on a crossing point of pre-existing Inca roads.
Atop San GerÛnimo Fort, the largest and most impressive of the Fortifications of Portobelo, 2015
Portobelo, Panama

Fortifications of Portobelo

The Fortifications of Portobelo need better management to reverse the effects of prolonged lack of maintenance and to mitigate the challenges of urban encroachment and an adverse environment.
Hotel Washington, 2010
Completed Project
Colón, Panama

Historic Center of Colón

Colón, originally a low-lying coral island, lies at the Caribbean entrance to the Panama Canal.
Completed Project
Panama City, Chagres River, Panama

Panama Canal Area

In the late nineteenth century, a French company began building what would come to be considered one of the greatest engineering achievements in human history.