Ampliamento della Galleria nazionale d'arte moderna, Roma - 1965

where: Roma, Valle Giulia
collaboration: R. De Stefano, L. Di Fraia, G. Savastano

The project defines varying spaces, open and closed, covered and not, where the objects can be seen from different corners and distances, with different quality and quantity of light to enhance their colours and shape. Aiming to enhance the exhibition, the architecture shapes are very simple, not to prevail on the works. The module is consequence of the alternate covered and open spaces among the green areas. The auditorium is perfect both for lectures and concerts; it has no evident connections to other spaces to keep its authonomy. The two parallel building of temporary and permanent exhibitions have two floors and the relationship between natural and artificial light was particulary studied in order to have a space homogeneously lighted up.