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post updated 16 August 2021

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Architect
phone / fax
e-mail / website
address

Studio Nicoletti Associati
+39 066 8805903 / +39 066 892394
studio.nicoletti(at)inwind.it / www.manfredinicoletti.com
Studio Nicoletti Associati
via di San Simone 75
00186 Roma, Italia

Studiouap
+39 065 743200 / +39 069 7749880
info(at)studiouap.it / www.studiouap.it
Studiouap
Via A. Vespucci 24
I-00153 Roma, Italia
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The Pantheon Rome building facade
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Maximo Shopping Center, Via Laurentina, 865, 00143 Roma RM
Architects: Design International
Maximo Shopping Center Roma
photo : Paolo Cammillucci
Maximo Shopping Center in Rome
With over 65,000 square meters of GLA distributed over three levels and 160 points of sale, including shops, restaurants and activities related to entertainment. UCI Luxe, a cinema with seven screens and 550 seats, McFit, Joy Village with bowling halls, billiards and gaming arena which, in the desired post-covid, will remain open to the public until two in the morning.

Piazza Tevere, by Tiber River
Design: Ballman Khapalova
Piazza Tevere Rome
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Piazza Tevere
Between the Ponte Giuseppe Mazzini and the Ponte Sisto there is a section of the Tiber River that is perfectly rectangular. It is the same size and proportion as the Circus Maximus, and like the Circus Maximus, this section of the river can become a vital center for public life in Rome.

Maxxi : National Centre of Contemporary Arts Rome
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
MAXXI Rome
photograph : Roland Halbe
Maxxi Rome Building
The MAXXI_Museum is the first national museum dedicated to contemporary creativity, designed as a multidisciplinary space for experimentation and innovation in arts and architecture. Designed by architect Zaha Hadid (winner of the international competition in 1999), the MAXXI is located in the Flaminio quarter of Rome, in the area of the former Montello military barracks.

Apple Via Del Corso, Palazzo Marignoli, Via del Corso
Architects: Foster + Partners
Apple Via Del Corso Rome store facade
photo courtesy of architects office
Apple Via Del Corso Rome Store
Situated on Via del Corso, one of the most vibrant streets in Italy’s capital, Apple Via Del Corso brings the historic Palazzo Marignoli back to life. Inspired by its colorful past, the design reveals the building’s fascinating and multi-layered history by unveiling painted ceilings and frescoes from the 1890s juxtaposed with modern graffiti artworks from the 1950s.

Rome Colosseum
Roman Colosseum New Floor
picture courtesy Dario Franceschini
Colosseum Rome Building New Floor
The Italian government approves a plan to provide Rome’s ancient Colosseum with a new floor, giving visitors the chance to stand where gladiators once fought. Culture Minister Dario Franceschini announced the project to build the wooden, retractable floor.

Ara Pacis Museum
Design: Richard Meier Architects
Ara Pacis Museum Rome
photograph © Adrian Welch
Ara Pacis Museum Rome
This contemporary museum building design was very controversial, partly due to being the first Modern building in the city centre for half a century. The modern architecture project was instigated by the left-wingers in power at the time.

Music Auditoria, north Rome
Design: Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW)
Music Complex Rome
photograph © Adrian Welch
Music Complex Rome

Palazzetto dello Sport, north Rome
Design: Pier Luigi Nervi, architects
Palazzetto dello Sport
photograph © AW
Palazzetto dello Sport

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