Waterfront design Regium modern architecture designed by architect Zaha Hadid.Outstanding waterfront theRegium narrow strait separating mainland Italy from Sicily, the possibility of creating two separate buildings visible from the sea and the coast of Sicily: Museum of History of the Mediterranean and multipurpose building.
This project aims to determine the city of Reggio Calabria as the cultural capital of the Mediterranean through the normal development of two buildings: a museum and multipurpose building for the performing arts.
Forms museum inspired by organic forms starfish. Radial symmetry helps coordinate communications and movement between different parts museumand two other structures. This museum will host an exhibition History of the Mediterranean, restoration services, storage, aquariums and libraries.
Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher
Michael Salvi, Roberto Gospel, Andrea Balducci caste, Letteriello Luciano, Fabio Forconi, Deepti Joseph morando, Johannes Weikert, Zechariah, Gonzalo Carbajo
Multipurpose building is a composition of three different elements that surround the square are covered in part. The building will house administrative offices, gymnasium museums, laboratories, local crafts, shops and cinemas. Three different rooms, which can not be converted into one large room, located in the multipurpose building.
“I really enjoy working in Reggio Calabria this project will become a meeting place for people of all ages -. Presenting the rich history and diverse Mediterranean with visual performance and to enhance the cultural vitality of the city, offers a place is important to debate and discourse where people interact with space and exhibition. The relationship between culture and public life are important, like what distinguishes the museum of the 21st century from the nineteenth century before, namely that the customer is a customer protector -. community and many people, making this project very interesting, “says Zaha Hadid ..
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