The almost completely digital exhibition on the ground floor of Palazzo dei Conservatori presents to the public around 100 urban development projects that propose new ways of living and inhabiting the city and transforming it into a smart city, while safeguarding its heritage. Renderings, videos and drawings explain the transformations that are involving and will involve the city, with the identification of new sustainable residential districts, creative and productive districts, new spaces for cultural and social aggregation and hubs for research and start-ups.
Already partially presented at MIPIM in Cannes, the reference fair in Europe for the Real Estate market, the projects are grouped into 7 thematic areas that correspond to 7 “districts” of the city: “Sea District” from the seaside of Ostia to the EUR area; “South Modern District” on the Ostiense district; “S.M.I.L.E. - Railway Circle Line”, the section dedicated to railway junctions; “The East Pole”, on the Tiburtina / Pietralata quadrant; “Geo Areas”, showing the city many souls, its communities and cultural and social gathering spaces; “Olympic Vision District” on the Flaminio area. The last section is “Eternal District”, with projects that show a new idea of the city center while respecting its tradition and heritage.
All projects on display have a QR code to learn more about the content through videos, additional images, more detailed texts and the complete list of credits for each project. A free catalog allows to continue the experience of the visit and acquire an increasingly active role in building the future of Rome. The exhibition has free admission and is promoted by Roma Capitale with the organization of Zètema Progetto Cultura and the design by Studio Visuale.
Photo credits Studio Visuale
From September 10 to October 31, 2021
Every day 9.30 - 19.30
Last admission one hour before closing time
The entrance into the spaces is only open to Green Pass holders (green certification Covid-19) and the maximum number of persons in the exhibition rooms is limited to 10 persons.
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