Hotel Explora Patagonia by Jose Cruz Ovalle and Germán del Sol

Hotel Explora Patagonia by Jose Cruz Ovalle and Germán del Sol

Credit: Guy Wenborne

The last 20 years have treated Latin American architecture well. Latin American women architects are on the rise and countries are showing off their wares through new books and exhibits. White Mountain: Contemporary Chilean Architecture, now on at Aedes Berlin, presents the best of Chilean architecture from the last two decades. "Chilean architecture is originated and developed within its landscape," says Miquel Adrià, curator and editor of the book White Mountain, from which the exhibit is based. "This is a selection of Chile’s outstandingly prolific period, after a constant existence on the sidelines." On display will be projects by José Cruz Ovalle, Smiljan Radic, Mathias Klotz, Felipe Assadi+Francisca Pulido, Izquierdo Lehmann Arquitectos, Alejandro Aravena, Juan Agustín Soza, Teresa Moller, Pezo von Ellrichshausen Arquitectos, Germán del Sol, FAR Marc Frohn & Mario Rojas and the team Elemental. Through Dec. 2. • aedes-arc.de