Lima does not have a gay street. However, there are areas where there is a concentration of queer amenities which are mostly interior spaces that do not reveal themselves as queer-friendly on their facades. Edificio Wilson expresses the different layers of occupation of Peruvian history. It is divided into three parts: the ground floor, with its marble facade that is reminiscent of Neo-Colonial architecture, the intermediate body, with a clear Modernist architectural language, and the top level, with some pre-Hispanic iconography. There is a fetish for modern architecture in Latin American architecture schools, and the iconic buildings from this period are studied as if they were perfect objects frozen in time. Many of the marble pieces that covered the ground-floor facade have been removed or painted over. The original doors and windows have been replaced and the interior of the ground floor has completely changed.