Studio 015’s Winning Entry Aerial View. Image via Progetto Flaminio
CDP Investimenti has selected Studio 015 Paola Viganò as the winner of the Progetto Flaminio International Design Competition to master plan a new district surrounding the City of Science in Rome. After launching the competition in December 2014, CDP Investimenti Sgr and the Municipal Government received over 240 entries. Of those, six teams were shortlisted and given 24,000 euros each to develop and submit their final proposals. Learn more about the winning proposal after the break.The competition site encompasses 5.1 hectares, is located 1km from the historic centre of Rome and Porta del Popolo, and includes important architecture like the Foro Italico, Olympic Village, Parco della Musica and the Maxxi Museum. The program includes a residential district of 35,000m2, 10,000m2 of retail and leisure facilities and
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