Exhibitors 2023



La VR per la rivisitazione dello spazio pubblico. Terragni a Roma: tre progetti per Via dell’Impero.

La VR per la rivisitazione dello spazio pubblico. Terragni a Roma: tre progetti per Via dell’Impero.

The study of Terragni's unfinished works in Rome led to the selection of three projects, Danteum and Palazzo del Littorio, which stand out for their narrative value as public buildings with a celebratory character in the context of the Forums in Rome.
Three projects that synthesize the poetics of rationalist architecture and the relationship with the historical-archaeological memory of the place. The visitor is led, thanks to the VR, to walk through these innovative and contemporary environments, projected into a dynamic virtual world that allows an independent exploration of the architectures


La VR per la rivisitazione dello spazio pubblico. Terragni a Roma: tre progetti per Via dell’Impero.

Responsabile scientifico: Daniele Calisi. Con: Stefano Botta, Alessandro Cannata. Grazie all’aiuto di: Lorenzo Carbonari, Matteo Durante, Michela Di Seri, Marco Peperoni Romano

Daniele Calisi, architect, PhD in Representation and Surveying Sciences with a thesis that won the UID 2007 national award, is a researcher at the University of Roma Tre. He deals with drawing, digital representation, with particular attention to the historical re-reading of the major theorists and coders.
With scientific publications in the sector, he has dealt with the instrumental survey in various sector researches on digital representation and instrumental survey: Aurelian Walls on Lungotevere Testaccio and Pyramid of Cestius, Central Archaeological Area of Rome and Piazza San Luca e Martina, Baths of Diocletian , survey and reconstruction of the complex of Santa Pudenziana, of the archaeological area of Santa Croce in Gerusalemme and the restitution of the Rocca Farnese in Capodimonte (VT).
He is also active in the representation of the city with new virtual reconstruction technologies. Over the years he has collaborated in various researches concerning the total or partial virtual reconstruction of Roman districts lost or gutted by twentieth-century interventions: the demolition area of via Zanardelli and Piazza Fiammetta, the Rione Monti and the construction of Via Cavour, and research, digitisation, virtual reconstructions and virtual reality of the Alessandrino district and the Piazza Venezia area. In parallel with a specific research on the Alessandrino district aimed at the creation of the wooden model donated to the Museum of Rome, which photographs the state of affairs of the central archaeological area in 1871.
In recent years he has been dealing with Virtual Reality applied to virtual reconstructions of archaeological sites and never completed projects of rationalist architecture, with particular attention to the Roman competitions and the unfinished works of Giuseppe Terragni.


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