Architect Javier Artadi Is Professor of architectural design at the faculty of architecture of the Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas, UPC, in Lima, Perú.
He has received several awards and distinctions in competitions and national / international biennales of architecture.
His work is regularly published in books and magazines of architecture from the five continents.
He has presented his work at universities and congresses of architecture of Latin America, North America, Europe, Africa and Middle East.
In 2012 the Spanish book editorial Loft Publications published a monograph about his work on the Peruvian coast whose international presentation was set at the Prague Festival of architecture.
He has been one of the architects who represented Peru at the architecture biennale in Venice 2012.
That same year he won the Grand Prix Casalgrande International in Milan, Italy, and the double gold medal in the Grand Prize VI Biennale of Design South America.
Recently he was recognized with the great Padis de Cristal, award created to reward the best design in Peru.
He has received the Orden del Sol from the Colegio de Arquitectos del Perú for his international recognitions.
His work is internationally recognized for its conceptual load, its abstract geometry and its strong relationship with the landscape of the desert coast of the Peru.