Great success today in Norcia for the opening ceremony of the first Pavilion, part of the Multifunctional Centre for the Norcia’s territory cultural and economical promotion, designed by Stefano Boeri Architetti with funds raised by “Un Aiuto Subito”, sponsored by Corriere della Sera and TG La7.
The opening of the first Pavilion of the Multifunctional Centre is a new important turning point toward the reconstruction of one of the most damaged areas by the earthquake that happened in central Italy of 2016.
The opening ceremony is been preceded by the walk “Nel Cratere. Un LABoratorio per la Ricostruzione” at 9.00 am; which is part of a series of surveys in the earthquake damaged areas.
This activity is part of the actions that Ordini degli Architetti del Centro Italia, which constituted themselves in the permanent “Epicentro” organisation with the leadership of “Ordine di Rieti”, are conducing in collaboration with Vasco Errani (Special Commissioner for the Reconstruction) and his Urbanism counselor Stefano Boeri.
The four wood made pavilions that compose the Multifunctional Centre, built thanks to the contribution of Filiera del Legno Friulana, will be raised around a central square, and will be characterized by their sinuous pitched roof.
Each pavilion, with its own orientation and shape, will create unique relations and perspectives on the surrounding landscape, which is characterized by the “marcite” in the south part and by the dense historic centre within the walls on the north side.
The opening of the first Pavilion of the Multifunctional Centre is a new important turning point toward the reconstruction of one of the most damaged areas by the earthquake that happened in central Italy. Source and photos, Courtesy of Stefano Boeri Architetti.
Article by Marco Rinaldi