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Old August 7th, 2009, 09:19 PM   #21
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How many 100+-metre towers is Rome going to build or propose? Is rome trying to renew its skyline in any way?
the towers are proposed and sometimes approved, just the Europarco project is under construction and maybe short time Eurosky tower will start.
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Old September 12th, 2010, 04:59 PM   #22
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Rome is not much of a development hotspot like London, Paris, Tokyo, and New York.
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Old September 12th, 2010, 05:02 PM   #23
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Old September 13th, 2010, 12:55 PM   #24
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Some really stunning piece of architectures projected in Rome. I particularly like the Centro Congressi Italia EUR
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Old October 16th, 2010, 05:37 PM   #25
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Some updates from the Italian Forum :


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Giusto per mostrare l'andamento dei lavori.

Vista dal ponte della Romanina sull'A1:





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Vista dal cancello d'entrata al cantiere:




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Old October 16th, 2010, 05:54 PM   #26
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Eurosky Tower (Franco Purini 120/150 m) :





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Ecco le foto! Cominciamo con l'EuroSky-Purini.

Vista dall'angolo SW, non sono riuscito a contare a quanti piani fuori terra è arrivato in quanto non ho capito dove sta il livello 0..... forse dove cominciano quelle finestrelle al bordo sinistro della facciata più piccola?
L'altimetria della zona è ancora un casino...per esempio, quella struttura sulla sinistra-suppongo parcheggi-è arrivata al piano di campagna? Se così fosse, allora il Purini sta a 7 piani:




Veduta della facciata Sud, per il momento (e lo sarà per molto) un po' troppo grigia...



Veduta dall'angolo SE, direttamente davanti al palazzo della P&G, si può vedere la struttura dei parcheggi sullo sfondo:




L'immagine di prima un po' più allargata, da un buco nella tela di protezione... I materiali per andare avanti nel cantiere, così come pure per il Transit, è sparso un po' ovunque in una vasta area. In particolare qui si apprezza la distanza relativa tra EuroSky e P&G:




Ancora da più lontano, questa volta davanti a EurRoma2:





A me personalmente quest'angolatura fa impazzire: gli edifici della P&G e del Min.Salute che fanno da quinta al Purini sullo sfondo:




Infine, per completare il giro intorno, ecco la facciata Nord, praticamente speculare della Sud:




A tra poco per il Transit....
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Old October 16th, 2010, 05:57 PM   #27
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Europarco II skyscraper (Studio Transit)




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Un paio di scatti panoramici.


La prima mostra l'andamento dei due edifici: come diceva Sky, il Purini per il momento è in vantaggio. Si notano anche i parcheggi dietro al Transit che, almeno credo, gli definiscono il livello 0: se così fosse, il fuori terra del Transit dovrebbe essere proprio alla base delle colonnotte verniciate di bianco:




Da qui sono messi a raffronto, con ovvio rapporto di dimensioni ben diverso da quello che sarà a fine lavori, il Transit con il Purini e con il P&G. Dalla foto non si capisce, ma se non ricordo male i due gratta dovrebbero essere in linea. Bella la cupola di SS. Pietro e Paolo, se Skymino ci facesse un rendering là dove ora ci sono gli scheletri appena innalzati........



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Old October 16th, 2010, 06:01 PM   #28
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Centro Congressi (Massimiliano Fuksas)




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Non mi ero dimenticato della Lama...solo che mi era saltata la connessione Internet!

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Viale Europa... chi riesce ad immaginarsela tra, diciamo, un anno? E tra tre quando, presumibilmente, ci saranno anche le Vetrate di Piano ?





Come sapete, e come si nota nella foto di cui sopra, è iniziato -finalmente-il montaggio di ulteriori quattro livelli alla Lama. In questa foto si nota anche come l'arcarecciatura della Teca sia ancora in corso:





Sempre più sottile e affilata, ma siamo ancora a poco più della metà dell'altezza totale:





Si può dire che così come viale Asia ha l'imponenza della Teca, viale Europa comincia a vedere l'imponenza del prospetto della Lama?




E fa piacere riuscire a vedere la Lama spuntare all'orizzonte percorrendo la Colombo, anche se è ancora un po' mimetizzata!!




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Old October 17th, 2010, 03:57 PM   #29
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New Tiburtina High Speed Railway Station

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Old October 18th, 2010, 03:10 AM   #30
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Old October 18th, 2010, 03:14 AM   #33
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Old October 20th, 2010, 11:49 AM   #34
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the Roma stadium was, unfortunately, just a joke. Not heard anymore about it.
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Old October 20th, 2010, 10:50 PM   #35
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Ponte della Musica

This new bridge on the Tiber is currently under completion and will probably be opened next year, approximately in the month of march.

Comune di Roma - Assessorato all'Urbanistica

Winner of the international contest: THE TIBER LEAF
Buro Happold Consulting Engineers Ltd - Davood Liagath www.burohappold.com/
Powell - Williams Architects www.powell-williams.co.uk/
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A.T.P. M. Pietrangeli & Associati S.r.l. www.mpaingegneria.it/
Studio Associato Biggi Guerrini www.sbgep.com/

Contractor: Consorzio Stabile CONSTA, soc. cons. p.a. www.consta.it/
Builder: Mattioli S.p.A. www.mattioli.it/
Steelwork subcontractor: Maeg Costruzioni S.p.A. www.maegcostruzionispa.it/

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The bridge was originally designed for pedestrian use only. Design has been modified to allow a double track tramway right of way.
It will link the Lungotevere Flaminio, on the left bank, with the lungotevere Maresciallo Cadorna, on the right bank of the river and join the quartiere Flaminio (Palazzetto dello sport by Luigi Nervi, Auditorium by Renzo Piano, Maxxi by Zaha Hadid) wit the quartiere della Vittoria (Foro Italico and Olympic Stadium, Museo del genio, RAI Auditorium).

The bridge's steel deck is suspended to two segmental steel archs. It will be 190 meters span and 18 meters wide in the middle and rest on reinforced concrete platforms forming a plaza on the river banks.
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Old November 20th, 2010, 07:23 PM   #36
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all the high-rise and skyscraper proposals/projects put together :

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A question is, Does Rome even have any building height restriction laws?
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