WAT_UNESCO

WAT_UNESCO Appia Antica 2011 (Italie)

27 June — 7 July 2011

  • Description

    The Park and the City: the historical territory of the Appia in the future of Rome

    This initiative is settled in the context of a bilateral agreement of scientific cooperation established in 2003 between the Dipartimento di Architettura e Progetto (DiAP) of Sapienza - University of Rome and the UNESCO Chair in Urban Landscape of the University of Montréal. This project carried out international research regarding periurban areas and sustainable development and was supported by:

    • the three Research Laboratories of the DiAP (LAGRATELaboratorio Grandi Temi, LPP Laboratotio di lettura e progetto del paesaggio, GROMA Laboratorio di Propettazione Roma) which specialize  in studies concerning urban planning and landscape design, and the study of the physical, social, and cultural aspects of the territory, with a particular focus on the city of Rome.
    • the UNESCO Chair in Urban Landscape of the University of Montréal, an international institution that gathers researchers and students coming from different countries, with the patronage of the MOST, MAB and WHC programs of UNESCO. This international network of scientific cooperation has founded the Observatoire international des paysages périphériques: villes et métropoles, that has developed reflections through seminars (Roma/2004, Rabat/2004), conferences (Beyrouth/2005) and annual workshops (Reggio Calabria Italia/2003, Marrakesh Morocco/2004, Sidon Lebanon/2005, MadhyaTunisia/2006, Ganghwa Republic of Corea/2007, Jinze China/2008, Kobe Japan/2009, and Montréal Canada/2011) on issues of periurban rehabilitation and sustainable development.

    General context

    The long and complex history of the Appia Antica Park is ongoing. Its story began with the first archaeological excavations of the mid-eighteen century and the reconstruction of the monuments along the Appia road by Canina. It continued with the institution of the Passeggiata Archeologica (the archaeological public walk) established by Baccelli and Bonghi in 1887 (realized only in 1918) and the insertion of a preservation area in the Rome Master Plan of 1931.

    Antonio Cederna and Italia Nostra (who, in 1976, commissioned to architect Vittoria Calzolari the design of the first coherent project for the park) played a crucial role in safeguarding this wedge-shaped area, which stretches from Rome’s city centre (where it forms a whole with the Ancient Roman Forum that constitutes the head-connection to the city) to the Alban hills. In the 1970s and 1980s, Cederna and Nostra fought for the preservation and enhancement of this great historical landscape. As a result, the Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma conducted crucial work for the protection and restoration of its heritage.

    These steps led to the creation of the large Archaeological Park of the Fori in the center of Rome, and to the protection of the Appia area, which was finally recognized in 1988 through the institution of the Parco Regionale dell'Appia Antica. The area was later mapped in the new Master Plan of Rome of 2002 as one of the five Strategic Areas, or "Ambiti Strategici" (the “Ambito Strategico Appia Antica”), which are large-scale coherent systems that shape the city of Rome.

    In 1998, ten years after the institution of the Regional Park, a management institution was established, which, among other initiatives, elaborated a Structure Plan, which awaits approval from the Regione Lazio. The endorsement of the Plan involves the realization and concretization of the planning prescriptions and the design of specific sites, as crucial and decisive stages for the authentic preservation and enhancement of this area.

    The Appia Antica area represents for Rome a formidable and uncommon occurrence: an enormous void in the heart of a metropolis. In this vast green area, which plays an important part in the city’s ecosystem, ruins (a resource both aesthetic and historical) are an outstanding component of the urban context. This environment presents a heterogeneous coexistence of museum areas and residences, tourist zones and city services, productive ensembles and agricultural lands, natural areas of high environmental value and wastelands. The consequence is that, regardless of the deep fascination for this area and the existing laws aimed at preserving its integrity, it is difficult to acknowledge this complex territory as a park, despite its monuments and green spaces.

    A lot has been done to contribute to the enhancement of this area. However, the territory of the Appia Antica faces hostility from illegal occupants and presents areas of decay and social insecurity. What are the opportunities for the preservation, transformation, and development generated by this Plan?

    This land⁠, clearly a valuable territory that should be protected for its history and precious environmental qualities⁠, must be reconsidered despite its mostly private land tenure. The preservation of this landscape is a challenge that only the project, paired with political action can resolve. The project creates an important occasion to reflect on issues regarding the design and management of archaeology, agriculture and public spaces.

    Urban archaeology and urban design, intended to make active use of the landscape, should:

    • Promote the quality of the urban environment;
    • Go beyond the idea that archaeological sites are always enclosed precincts, restrained from belonging to local contexts, confined from social interactions, exiled in grounds that reflect only the scientific preservation;
    • Overcome the alienation of the population;
    • Avoid symptoms of decay and insecurity of open spaces and archaeological areas;
    • Uphold the historical context when establishing a care/maintenance plan
    • Incorporate history and nature in a design that embraces infrastructural networks, as well as historical and contemporary architecture, avoiding anachronistic separations between the past and future.

    Our initiative has encouraged a reflection, developed together with the participating institutions (the Ente Parco, the Regione Lazio, and the Province) on what a 21st century archaeological territory can be. The International Workshop was aimed to develop 12 landscape projects, combining archaeological, environmental, economic, social, and cultural issues in an innovative way.

    Description and aims of the program

    In June/July 2011 theWAT_UNESCO Appia Antica took place in the spaces of the Ente Parco Appia Antica. A preliminary preparatory seminar was held in May. The initiative aimed to:

    a) Compare, understand, and synthesize the different preservation and planning tools

    These issues were developed by a team of professors and experts of the participating institutions and were discussed with the key public actors involved in the preservation and transformation of the territory (the Regione Lazio and the Appia Antica Park, the Province and the Municipality of Rome). Conservation of historical landscapes and biodiversity, urban expansion, territorial identity, quality of life, cultural diversity, etc. were the principal issues  synthesized in a document prepared during a preliminary seminar entitled ‘Posterplan.’

    b) Develop multi-disciplinary know-how and open a dialogue among different experts

    This research project involved architects, landscape architects, urban designers, planners, archaeologists, and experts on agriculture and forestry to develop a multidisciplinary reflection on the “creation of landscapes” and on sustainability issues.

    c) Develop 12 landscape projects for the Parco dell’Appia Antica

    Design during the workshop focused on the different landscapes of the Appia Antica park (the archaeological and heritage landscape, the agricultural landscape, the landscape of the quarries, the landscape of the XIXth century military forts, the landscape of the economic boom of the 60s) and the important urban nodes of the city.

    Students and professors of 11 different universities carried out 12 specific landscape projects on 6 different areas, with the aim of opening a debate on the enhancement and enrichment of this area for the benefit of public actors and citizens.

    Special attention was paid to:

    • the improvement of public spaces
    • the enhancement of landscape and de-location of incompatible activities
    • access and mobility
    • usability of the park
    • environmental design

    d) Stimulate a design and a transformation of the territory that includes the notion of landscape

    The aim of the WAT_UNESCO was to rethink the Appia territory and to convey to the students, key actors of the preservation and planning policies, and managers of the territory the most advanced international debate on issues concerning landscape. For this reason, the projects and the conference were made public, an exhibition was organized, and the results were collected in a publication.

    Calendar

    The program was organized in 5 phases:

    • Phase 1 Agreement with the Ente Parco, collection of introductory materials, preliminary organizational issues, the launching of the explanatory brochure;
    • Phase 2 Agreements with other partners and fundraising (2009-2010);
    • Phase 3 Elaboration of the Posterplan, a workshop for the workshop. (Rome May 5 - 6, 2011);
    • Phase 4 Opening conference and workshop: development of 12 idea-projects, elaboration of a video. (Rome June 27 - July 6, 2011);
    • Phase 5 Exhibition, Closing Ceremony, and project presentations (Rome July 6, 2011). 

    Preliminary Seminar / Posterplan

    The Posterplan was conceived in what we called the “Workshop for the workshop." We developed 6 final panels that explain the main character of the Appia landscape and synthesize the principal planning instruments:

    1. Land cover
    2. Planning synthesis
    3. Palimpsest
    4. Nature
    5. Mobility
    6. Imaginary

    International Conference

    The International Conference “The Park and the City: the Historical Territory of the Appia in the Future of Rome” was held on June 27, 2011.

    The conference aimed to introduce the participants of the workshop (students and professors) to the issues related to the Appia territory. The conference also served as an opening to a public debate divided into three sessions:

    • Heritage and Nature
    • Landscape and Infrastructure
    • Strategy and Design

    Each session featured:

    • Three papers concerning themes and issues strictly related to the Appia Antica Park and Rome
    • One paper by an invited guest of a foreign university on similar topics concerning other areas
    • A discussion on the issues presented in the papers and the Posterplan proposal presented by the research group

    WAT_UNESCO

    The WAT_UNESCO was held in an old paper factory, the main headquarters of the Appia Antica Park Authority. Students and professors of 11 different universities carried out specific landscape projects in 6 different areas.

    Territories and issues

    The study areas were selected for their strategic and heterogeneous structure in the park’s territory. In each area there were issues related to: archaeological and historical heritage, biodiversity and natural resources, mobility, access, and the interface between city and park:

    Site 1: Aurelian Wall / North Access

    Resources:

    • Highest concentration of heritage
    • One part of the park, the Caffarella, is already organized and used by the citizens for sports, leisure and nature
    • Quality of the urban fabric in the historic district of Garbatella, presence of services, public transport, and well equipped public spaces
    • Transformations undergoing in disused urban areas

    Critical issues:

    • Difficult relationship between the pre-existing infrastructure and historic archaeological sites
    • Historical and archaeological heritage to be protected and enhanced in the first section of the Via Appia Antica
    • Problematic intersections among crossing roads and Via Appia Antica
    • Difficult access to the Appia Antica park from the Appio Latino and Garbatella districts

    Site 2: Sette Chiese / Tor Marancia

    Resources:

    • Quality of the urban fabric in the historic district of Garbatella, presence of services, public transport, and well-equipped public spaces
    • Via delle Sette Chiese can become a possible cross-connection between Via Ostiense and via Appia Antica
    • Central area Giustiniano Imperatore to be transformed with services and new constructions

    Critical issues:

    • Difficult access to the Tor Marancia park
    • Problematic transformation of the ex-Rome Trade Fair
    • Sports and leisure areas along via Cristoforo Colombo to be enhanced
    • Bike lanes to be implemented

    Site 3: Laurentina / Vigna Murata

    Resources:

    • Site of Agriculture College’s experimental field
    • Open views towards the landscape of the park from Tor Carbone road
    • Central area Laurentina to be transformed with services and new constructions
    • Site of the historic Appio Fort

    Critical issues:

    • Illegal, former luxury area named Cava Pace
    • Absence of connection between main east-west routes (via di vigna murata, via Tintoretto, via Emilio Spalla)
    • Problematic intersection between Tor Carbone and the Appia Antica
    • Problematic intersection between via di Vigna Murata, Tor Carbone and via Ardeatina
    • Isolated residential developments (social housing)
    • Via Ardeatina creates a barrier between two different areas of the park

    Site 4: Torricola train station / Cava Selce quarry

    Resources:

    • Views of the Appia Antica road and its monuments
    • Presence of vernacular farms
    • Archeological area of the Quintili Villa
    • Torricola rail station

     Critical issues:

    • The Cava Selce quarry
    • Railroad tracks in the trenches
    • Areas of railroad embankments
    • Relocation of industrial areas
    • Problematic intersection between Appia and Torricola roads
    • Overlapping interface of the infrastructure
    • Lack of parking spaces, pedestrian zones, and protected areas

    Site 5: Tuscolana / Cinecittà

    Resources:

    • Views of the landscape from via Tuscolana (typical roman countryside)
    • Cinecittà Film Studios, the Experimental Film Center Cinecitta centrality in the 10th Municipality
    • Park of the Aqueducts, medieval towers, and many archaeological sites
    • The “INA casa” Tuscolano District

    Critical issues:

    • Railway creates a barrier in the district
    • Interchange Anagnina is a problematic intersection between different kinds of infrastructures
    • Lack of public parking
    • Train depot is an unresolved site
    • Problematic interface between park and residences
    • Lack of adequate facilities in the park

    Site 6: Santa Maria delle Mole / South Access

    Resources:

    • Areas of sports activity: ice rink, golf course
    • Santa Maria delle Mole railway station
    • Archaeological sites along the Via Appia Antica
    • Vineyards, ancient olive groves, and arable land along the Municipal railway Roma-Velletri

    Critical issues:

    • Highly fragmented urban landscape: Santa Maria delle Mole, Frattocchie, Poggio delle Mole and Cava Selci are separated neighborhoods
    • Via Appia Nuova creates a barrier that divides the residential areas
    • Lack of public spaces

    Distribution and rights

    At the end of the WAT_UNESCO, the scientific results were presented and displayed during a public ceremony and an exhibit. The documentation of the work and the opening seminar were published in Italian and English with the participating institutions. The results of this experimentation are also shared by the CUPUM Observatoire international des paysages urbains.

  • Propositions

    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Aurelian Wall / North Access
    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Équipe 1A – Through the walls

    • Alessandro Felici
    • Claudia Pannaioli
    • Giuseppe Accettola
    • Nicolas Bien

    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Aurelian Wall / North Access
    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Équipe 1B – Futuro nella storia

    • Armando Iacovantuono
    • Sanne Allersma
    • Saverio Rizzuto

    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Sette Chiese / Tor Marancia
    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Équipe 2A – Appianet

    • Ilaria Cotrufo
    • Dan Stefano
    • Valentina Sales
    • Jean Pierre Fuda

    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Sette Chiese / Tor Marancia
    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Équipe 2B – Saudade Appia

    • Lorenza Gasparella
    • Leo Viola
    • António José Gomes Cruz Lopes
    • Sabina Selli

    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Laurentina / Vigna Murata
    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Équipe 3A – Pop-up emerging identity

    • Michela Ekström
    • Paola Fusco
    • Vincenzo Sammito
    • Thomas Vongpradith

    Awards

    • WAT Appia Antica 2011 (Italie) (1er prix)

    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Torricola train station / Cava Selce quarry
    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Équipe 4A – Paths of time

    • Sophie Julien
    • Paolo Marcoaldi
    • Adrian Jabonero Montero
    • Giorgia Aquilar

    Awards

    • WAT Appia Antica 2011 (Italie) (2e prix)

    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Torricola train station / Cava Selce quarry
    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Équipe 4B – Cuore dell’Appia

    • Francisca De Almeida e Cunha Machado Lima
    • Roberto Busonera
    • Laura Spenkelink
    • Davide Maglietta

    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Santa Maria delle Mole / South Access
    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Équipe 6B – L’acqua dell’Appia

    • Sara Gangemi
    • Alessandro Ponteduro
    • Juan Jacobo Gonzales Muñoz
    • Filomena Cicala

    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Tuscolana / Cinecitta
    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Équipe 5B – Colonization

    • Alessandro Pirisi
    • Marie-Andrée Thiffault
    • Jose Javier Gonzalez Sanchez
    • Francesca Avitabile

    Awards

    • WAT Appia Antica 2011 (Italie) (3e prix)

    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Tuscolana / Cinecitta
    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Équipe 5A – In between memorials

    • Kyungah Hyun
    • Javier Müller Lamothe
    • Carmela Coviello
    • Camilla Migliori

    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Santa Maria delle Mole / South Access
    Roma - Lazio (Italia)

    Équipe 6A – Geometria e natura

    • Marina Macera
    • Maria Elena Marani
    • Frédérick Boily
    • Ivano Tolomeo
  • Team

    Scientifique Council
    • Philippe Poullaouec-Gonidec
      Adjunct Professor École d’urbanisme et d’architecture de paysage / Principal Researcher UNESCO Chair in Urban Landscape (CUPUM) / Chair of Landscape and Environment (CPEUM)
    • Orazio Carpenzano
      Professor Sapienza University of Rome
    • Fabrizio Toppetti
      Professor Sapienza University of Rome
    Pedagogical Team
    • Sylvain Paquette
      University of Montreal / Full Professor School of Urbanism and Landscape Architecture / Principal Researcher Chair of Landscape and Environment (CPEUM) / Associate Researcher UNESCO Chair in Urban Landscape (CUPUM)
    • Stefan Tischer
      Professor Alghero School of Architecture / Director School of Urbanism and Landscape Architecture / Professor School of Urbanism and Landscape Architecture / Coordonateur School of Urbanism and Landscape Architecture / Associate Professor School of Landscape Architecture / Researcher UNESCO Chair in Urban Landscape (CUPUM)
    • Lucina Caravaggi
      Professor Sapienza University of Rome
    • Alessandra Criconia
      Professor Sapienza University of Rome
    • Sociologia des Paessagio
      Professor University of Montreal
    • Francisco José Barata Fernandes
      Professor Université de Porto
    • Madalena Pinto da Silva
      Professor Université de Porto
    • José M. Ezquiaga
      Professor Université Polytechnique de Madrid
    • Gemma Peribanez
      Student Université Polytechnique de Madrid
    • Sabine Chardonnet Darmaillacq
      Professor École Nationale Supérieure d’architecture Paris-Malaquais
    • Beata Labuhn
      Professor Université de technologie de Delft
    • Pasquale Miano
      Professor Université de Naples ‘Federico II’
    • Antonino Minniti
      Professor Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria (UNIRC)
    • Eric Luiten
      Professor Université de technologie de Delft
    • Renato Nicolini
      Professor Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria (UNIRC)
    Jury
    • Alessandra Capuano
      Sapienza University of Rome / Full Professor Department of Architecture and Projects (DiAP) / Associate Researcher UNESCO Chair in Urban Landscape (CUPUM)
    • Brigitte Colin
      Expert, City and Architecture – Urban Migration UNESCO Chair in Urban Landscape (CUPUM) / Expert, City and Architecture – Social Sciences, Research, and Politics on Social and Human Sciences Sector Division UNESCO Chair in Urban Landscape (CUPUM) / Représentante Siège de l’UNESCO à Paris – Programme MOST (Management of Social Transformation) / Spécialiste Siège de l’UNESCO à Paris – Programme MOST (Management of Social Transformation)
    • Alma Rossi
      Directrice Autorité du parc Appia Antica
    • Piero Ostilio Rossi
      Director Departement of Architecture et Projects (DiAP)
    • Umberto Cao
      President Faculté d’Architecture d’Ascoli Piceno
    • Francesco Garofalo
      Professor Université de Chieti
    • Franco Panzini
      Architect N/A
    • Livia Toccafondi
      Professor Sapienza University of Rome
    Scientific Committee
    • Falini Paolo Eugenia
      Professor Department of Territorial and Urban Planning (DiPTU)
    • Rita Biasi
      Professor Université de Tuscia
    • Gert Burgers
      Director Institut royal des Pays-Bas à Rome (KNIR)
    • Patrizia Colletta
      Architect Région de Lazio
    • Laura Valeria Ferretti
      Professor Sapienza University of Rome
    • Manuela Manetti
      Province de Rome
    • Marco Marchetti
      Professor Université de Molise
    • Rita Paris
      Archéologue Surintendance spéciale pour le patrimoine archéologique de Rome
    • Caterina Rossetti
      Archéologue Autorité du parc Appia Antica
    • Maria Luisa Salvatori
      Directrice Province de Rome
    • Roberto Secchi
      Professor Sapienza University of Rome
    • Antonino Terranova
      Professor Sapienza University of Rome
    Participants
    • Sophie Julien
      Student School of Architecture / Student School of Landscape Architecture / Student Faculty of Environmental Design
    • Michela Ekström
      Student Department of Architecture and Projects (DiAP)
    • Alessia Zarzani
      Chargée de cours École d’architecture / Doctorante École d’architecture / Chair of Landscape and Environment (CPEUM) / Student Department of Architecture and Projects (DiAP)
    • Ilaria Cotrufo
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Dan Stefano
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Benedetta Di Donato
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Alessandro Felici
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Paola Fusco
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Sara Gangemi
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Lorenza Gasparella
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Kyungah Hyun
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Armando Iacovantuono
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Leo Viola
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Marina Macera
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Maria Elena Marani
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Paolo Marcoaldi
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Claudia Pannaioli
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Alessandro Pirisi
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Alessandro Ponteduro
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Giuseppe Accettola
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Valentina Sales
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Vincenzo Sammito
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Romina Sicuro
      Student Sapienza University of Rome
    • Frédérick Boily
      Faculty of Environmental Design
    • Marie-Andrée Thiffault
      Student School of Architecture
    • Francisca De Almeida e Cunha Machado Lima
      Student Université de Porto
    • António José Gomes Cruz Lopes
      Student Université de Porto
    • Ana Gomez Cortez Acciaiuoli Barbosa
      Student Université de Porto
    • Juan Jacobo Gonzales Muñoz
      Student Université Polytechnique de Madrid
    • Adrian Jabonero Montero
      Student Université Polytechnique de Madrid
    • Javier Müller Lamothe
      Student Université Polytechnique de Madrid
    • Jose Javier Gonzalez Sanchez
      Student Université Polytechnique de Madrid
    • Roberto Busonera
      Student Alghero School of Architecture
    • Carmela Coviello
      Student Alghero School of Architecture
    • Sabina Selli
      Student Alghero School of Architecture
    • Nicolas Bien
      Student École Nationale Supérieure d’architecture Paris-Malaquais
    • Jean Pierre Fuda
      Student École Nationale Supérieure d’architecture Paris-Malaquais
    • Thomas Vongpradith
      Student École Nationale Supérieure d’architecture Paris-Malaquais
    • Sanne Allersma
      Student Université de technologie de Delft
    • Erica Chladova
      Student Université de technologie de Delft
    • Camilla Migliori
      Student Université de technologie de Delft
    • Laura Spenkelink
      Student Université de technologie de Delft
    • Giorgia Aquilar
      Student Université de Naples ‘Federico II’
    • Francesca Avitabile
      Student Université de Naples ‘Federico II’
    • Filomena Cicala
      Student Université de Naples ‘Federico II’
    • Saverio Rizzuto
      Student Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria (UNIRC)
    • Ivano Tolomeo
      Student Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria (UNIRC)
    • Roberto Carpino
      Student Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria (UNIRC)
    Partner
    • Federico Berardi
      Commissioner Autorité du parc Appia Antica
    • Achille M. Ippolito
      Coordinator Doctorat en conception et gestion de l’environnement et du paysage
    • Raimondo Cagiano de Azevedo
      Délégué du prévôt Département des relations internationales
    • Renato Masiani
      Department of Architecture and Projects (DiAP)
    Honorary Committee
    • Michele Civita
      Département de politique territoriale et de la protection de l’environnement
    • Alberto Manzo
      Director Secteur des pépinières
    • Anna Marson
      President Association nationale des centres historiques et artistiques (ANCSA)
    • Lucio A. Savoia
      Secretary General Commission nationale italienne pour l’UNESCO
    • Giuseppe Scarascia Mugnozza
      Director Département d’agronomie, forêts et territoire
    • Anna Maria Moretti
      Superintendent Surintendance spéciale pour le patrimoine archéologique de Rome
    • Luciano Ciocchetti
      Counsellor Département de politique territoriale et de la protection de l’environnement
  • Issues

  • Complementary resources

  • Partners

    Other partners

    • University of Montreal
    • UNESCO Chair in Urban Landscape (CUPUM)
    • Sapienza University of Rome
    • University of Sassari
    • UNESCO
    • Departement of Architecture et Projects (DiAP)
    • Université de Porto
    • Université Polytechnique de Madrid
    • École Nationale Supérieure d’architecture Paris-Malaquais
    • Université de technologie de Delft
    • Université de Naples ‘Federico II’
    • Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria (UNIRC)
    • Autorité du parc Appia Antica
    • Province de Rome
    • Ministère des politiques agricoles, alimentaires et forestières (MIPAAF)
    • Association nationale des centres historiques et artistiques (ANCSA)
    • Région de Lazio
    • Surintendance spéciale pour le patrimoine archéologique de Rome
    • Ceramiche Appia Nuova
    • Florovivaistica del Lazio
  • Gallery