Roger Acosta Villanueva

Roger Acosta Villanueva

Kanagawa, JP

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Currently studying at Keio University in Japan, I’m a Peruvian architect with genuine interests in fields such arts and sustainable design. I’ve recently worked in the design and construction of a Community Center for Victims (2019) of the tsunami disaster at Palu, Indonesia and the restoration’s project of National Congress Museum of Peru (2018), being part of the  design’s team and, at the same time, learning about curatorial processes.

Graduated from the PUCP, I’ve previously worked developing restoration projects in the Historic Centre of Lima, for the Peruvian government (2017), using multidisciplinary and participatory processes. Moreover, I have plenty experience working in Peruvian architecture firms as Benavides & Watmough Arch. (2016), Seinfeld Arch. (2015),David Mutal Vermeulen Arch. (2010) and others ones. Where I learned about professional rigor.

In a personal field, I try to focus my knowledges towards architecture, territory and landscape, understanding the architecture as an instrument that allows me to understand the functioning of things. Moreover, as the son of a photography professional and a painter, I've also been involved in technical and artisan activities from an early age.

Overall, I’m a skilled and curious person, worried about how to be constantly learning by doing.


Shell Arquitectos, Lima, PE, Architect

Aug 2018 - Feb 2019

Benavides and Watmough architects, Lima, PE, Architect

Aug 2017 - Jun 2018

Seinfeld Architects, Lima, PE, Architect

Apr 2015 - Aug 2015


Keio University, Fujisawa-shi / SFC, MArch, Architecture

Environmental and participatory architecture.

Apr 2019 - current

Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP), Lima, PE, BArch, Architecture and urbanism

Jan 2006 - Dec 2014



International Workshop UNAM, Award


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