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Lima, Peru - Interbank Building by Jeff Cremer

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Jeff Cremer Jeff Cremer
Explore score
0.92 Gigapixels
Date added
Sep 02, 2010
Date taken
Jan 19, 2006

Interbank Building - Lima Peru

* Architect: Hans Hollein
* Engineer of structures: Carlos Casabonne Rasselet
* Constructor: Cosapi
* Owner: Grupo Interbank
* Cost: USD 40,948,900


*5000 m2 - Land area
*45.300 m2- Total construction area
*88.00 m - Maximum height
*20 and 6 floors - The two towers.
*300 people - Capacity of the auditorium.
*535 parking spots - Capacity of the five-storey underground parking lot.
*1 heliport - for vehicles weighing a maximum of 2 tons, maximum length 13 metres
*16x10m - The projecting volume to accommodate the bank's safes
*10 - elevators
* This tower is located in the intersection of two important avenues in Lima, Javier Prado Este and Paseo de la República.

* The building consists of two different and joined blocks. The tower B is a rectangular construction of six floors.

The principal tower is slightly inclined towards the avenue and this has an earthquake-proof function. The front is reinforced by a mesh of titanium tubes that possesses a game of lights that change color according to the colors typical of some festivity.
The building is as multi-faceted as its architect's personality. On one side it appears fragmented, while on the other it appears smooth; seen from one point of view it looks thin, from another, massive. Two towers of different heights and materials put together.
The screen-like facade takes its curved shape from the street that flanks it.

*"Trading room" open 24 hours a day in the orthogonal base of the tower A sign projecting far out three-quarters of the way up the tower identifies the bank. A fibreglass dome covers the top two floors.


*The screen-like façade has an overlapping grid of titanium tubes, illuminated by optic fibres and diagonally aligned. This dynamic form, perceived principally by observers driving by in their vehicles, is intended as a reference to the motion of the cars.

*Even more strongly, the slightly curved façade creates the illusion that the building slopes slightly. The ground floor has stone walls imitating the impressive masonry of the ancient Inca civilisation.

* The building has been considered between the 13 most spectacular buildings of Latin America

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GigaPan Stitch version 1.0.0804 (Macintosh)
Panorama size: 920 megapixels (32728 x 28140 pixels)
Input images: 221 (13 columns by 17 rows)
Field of view: 57.6 degrees wide by 49.5 degrees high (top=45.3, bottom=-4.3)
All default settings
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Camera model: NIKON D80
Image size: 3872x2592 (10.0 megapixels)
Capture time: 2006-01-20 00:34:09 - 2006-01-20 00:51:37
Aperture: f/5
Exposure time: 0.4
ISO: 200
Focal length (35mm equiv.): 300.0 mm
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White balance: Fixed
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Horizontal overlap: 38.2 to 56.5 percent
Vertical overlap: 37.3 to 40.5 percent
Computer stats: 3968 MB RAM, 2 CPUs
Total time 20:30 (5.6 seconds per picture)
Alignment: 4:29, Projection: 2:15, Blending: 13:45
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