Nicolás Rivera is an architect based in Lima, Peru. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Urbanism from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. After his studies, he has worked in architecture firms in Lima before opening, together with Mariana Jochamowitz, the design studio Jochamowitz Rivera Arquitectos in 2015.
Jochamowitz Rivera Arquitectos has designed and built 8 projects between 2015 – 2017. The architecture firm is concerned with design and research projects involving domestic and landscape architecture. One of the studio’s main projects involves research, design and landscape planning for the marine Natural Protected Area Punta San Juan, in the southern coast of Peru. As part of this large-scale ongoing project, a Seacoast Observatory was built in 2015. This building earned Jochamowitz Rivera Arquitectos a nomination for the Mies Crown Hall Architecture Prize 2014/2015 in the category Emerging Architecture.
Nicolás is a Chevening Scholar currently enrolled in the MA History and Critical Thinking at the Architectural Association.