Thursday 14 December 2017, 15:00 - 19:00

Cemeteries in the city. Cemeteries as cities

MAXXI Auditorium – admittance free Participation in this event entitles architects registered with an Italian order to four continuing education credits. Identification code ARRM1657. Reservations are required and may be made online: www.architettiroma.it/formazione

The national study and research seminar focusing on the new “cemetery planning” challenges

For millennia, in almost every part of the world high quality architecture has dedicated to the demands and problems of the “city of the dead” almost as much attention as to that for the “cities of the living”, frequently with equally significant and enduring results: from the Etruscan burial sites at Tarquinia and Cerveteri to the Brion Tomb by Carlo Scarpa in the small Veneto town of Altivole.

Greetings
Luca Montuori, councillor for town planning, Roma Capitale
Pina Montanari, councillor for the environment, Roma Capitale

Introduced by
Pietro Barrera, general secretary of the Fondazione MAXXI and national representative for Sefit-Utilitalia

Speakers
Margherita Guccione, director, MAXXI Architettura
Pippo Ciorra, senior curator, MAXXI Architettura
Luciano Galimberti, founder of the bgpiù progettazione studio, President of the Circolo della Crusca, President ADI
Patrizia Di Costanzo, architect, founder of the pdc studio, IED lecturer, Fondazione Compasso d’Oro board member
Maria Paola Orlandini author and Rai presenter
Maria Cristina Crespo performer
Alessandro Marata Department of Architecture of the University of Bologna
Valentina Piscitelli secretary of the Lazio section of the National Institute of Architecture
Laura Ricci lecturer in town planning, La Sapienza University
Mario Spada coordinator of the IV Biennale of Public Space
Michele Gaeta coordinator for SEFIT-UTILITALIA of the Technical Panel for the Cultural and Touristic Valorization of Cemeteries
Guendalina Salimei architect
Stefano Mavilio architect
Dario Franceschini Minister for Cultural heritage and activities and tourism

A study and research seminar promoted by SEFIT-UTILITALIA