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Zaha Hadid’s Mediterranean Museum

In Reggio Calabria, the anticipation is now coming to a close for the start of the construction of this ambitious project. The architect of Iraqi origins, who in 2009 won the commission for the realization of this large project (at that time she was still alive), is about to radically transform the city's waterfront. Thanks to the funding from the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), the...

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Lamont Young: The Architect Who Wanted to Build Venice in Naples

The English architect Lamont Young was the first to design a subway system in Naples and a futuristic new district in the sea off Bagnoli, known as the Venice neighborhood. Young seemed to be ahead of his time, with his ideas anticipating many of the trends that would only be seen in Europe in the decades that followed. In the urban history of Naples, there was an ambitious city expansion project...

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Casa Girasole di Luigi Moretti (1949-50)

In Rome, at Viale Bruno Buozzi 64, you will find this iconic building designed by Moretti, following a criterion that breaks the construction pattern of the Parioli district, creating an entirely unique urban episode. A vertical fissure literally cuts through the facade slab, bringing Moretti's distinctive and finely articulated plastic volume compositions to their most mature phase. The formal...

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Penthouse created in a former convent with conservative restoration

As is often the case in the prestigious areas of central Rome, buildings that are rebuilt or restored always preserve the memory of previous layers. In the case of this charming penthouse for sale on Via Mecenate in the Colle Oppio district of Rome, the restoration work is prominently displayed at the entrance of the building in an outdoor area that precedes access to the structure. The restoration...

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A restyling project for Caracalla in Rome

The restyling project will allow pedestrians and cyclists to enjoy a completely redeveloped space in the center of Rome, a project that will cover approximately 1.2 kilometers. As specified in a statement from the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure, the green area between Viale delle Terme di Caracalla and Via Valle delle Camene will be redefined, redesigned, and made accessible to Romans and...

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