Italian Pavilion Expo 2015 by Nemesi


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The winning project of the International Design Competition of the Italian Pavilion at Expo 2015 is extremely ambitious and it definitely lives up to represent the Country.

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It will interpret the contemporary Italian culture, including both the Italian Palace (about 12 thousand sq.m.) and the other pavilions located along the Cardo, which will host a variety of exhibitions and institutions activities: an avenue that stretches for 325 meters.
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The Pavilion will thus be the showcase of Italy, a true flagship store of the Italian excellences. But it will also be a place where visitors can experience the emotions and the magic of a journey through our beautiful Country, with its lifestyle worldwide recognizable.04-Italian-Pavilion-Expo-2015-by-Nemesi
Nemesis &Partners Srl in Rome, Proger SpA of Pescara and BMS Progetti Srl of Milan wanted the architecture design of the Italian Pavilion to be represented as a community gathered together around a square: the emptiness houses the symbolic centerpiece of the exhibition space and gives shape to the volumes of architecture.
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The volumetric articulation of the project of Palazzo Italia is based on four main blocks, arranged around an empty central square (connected by bridge-elements), hosting the main functions: Exhibition Area, Auditorium, Offices and Meeting Rooms.
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The project develops the idea of ​​an architectural body as much as possible energy independent, to guarantee the maximum balance between production and consumption of energy.
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Louis Godart, Direc­tor for the Con­ser­va­tion of Artis­tic Her­itage of the Ital­ian Pres­i­dent, has described the project for the Ital­ian pavil­ion at Expo 2015 as “An ode to joy, a tree of life, a uni­ver­sal cul­tural sym­bol.”
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From project to Expo 2015” exhi­bi­tion at the Quiri­nal Palace, which launched on 7th Novem­ber and will remain open until 15th Jan­u­ary 2014. The build­ing, which expected to be fin­ished by March 2014, is to cost  €44 mil­lion, plus a €14 mil­lion, enor­mously strik­ing, tree-like roof.
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