Public & Residential
Municipality of Rome

Flaminio Project

Designing a new urban area that integrates areas dedicated to culture and residential areas. A public place for socialising that is a catalyst for a number of different interests. A new urban hub, a combination of public and private areas. The Science Museum opposite the MAXXI Museum gives this part of the site a community value whereas the other belongs to the private/residential part. The dialogue with the context is guaranteed by the presence of two piazzas. One is of an urban nature and the other is more residential. A pedestrian boulevard runs across the site. The large piazza divides the public and private sphere and is complemented, on one side, by a single high element that serves as a visual and spatial landmark.
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Services provided: Master Planning, Urban Design, Concept Design, Architecture, Iconic Building Design, Landscape Architecture, Holistic Design Approach

Location: Rome, Italy

Numbers: 51.000 mq