// arthitectural / Rome
  • ‘SROman Holiday’ is a cacophony of formal analogy, devious functionality, and referential obscurity. The structure, carved from a single deposit of spumoni marble—known locally as la Mucchio, or, ‘The Heap’—found in Rome, Italy, serves as both single-room-occupancy flophouse and soundstage for the region’s travelers & transients, drifters & grifters, and charlatans & shamblers. SROman Holiday […]


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  • Fab-Housing is the Master’s degree project presented by Eugenio Aglietti, Luca Beltrame and Jessica Tiberi for the final thesis of IN/ARCH Post-graduate Master Course in Digital Architecture – Expert Designer in Emerging Technologies, class 2014. The proposal concerns the requalification of Caserma Ruffo area, located in the District IV of Rome Municipality, and intends to […]


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