Thursday 16 November 2017, 18:00 - 19:30
Auteur conversations.

The story of Rome’s Corviale: from Mario Fiorentino to the present day

Carlo Scarpa foyer – MINI space
entrance € 5 – buying the ticket gives right to a reduced entry ticket to the museum (8 €) within a week from its issuing
4 € for holders of the myMAXXI card

An event to analyse a project that has always been the object of cultural debates and renovation projects

Building upon the original model of the IACP (Istituto Autonomo Case Popolari, Autonomous Institute of Public Housing) Corviale residential complex of Rome, designed by Mario Fiorentino together with a team of 23 designers in 1972, architect Guendalina Salimei, winner of the tender issued by Rome’s ATER in 2009 for the renovation of the utility-free floor of the Corviale, together with Laura Peretti and Susanna Nobili, who respectively won and took part in the “Rigenerare Corviale” tender launched in 2015, retrace the historical phases and vicissitudes of a discussed, exemplary piece of Italian architecture.

Introduced by
Margherita Guccione MAXXI Architettura Director

Speaker
Flavia Piccoli Nardelli President, VII Commissione “Cultura, Scienza e Istruzione” Camera dei Deputati

Projects presentation
Laura Peretti architect – Studioinsito
Guendalina Salimei architect – T-Studio
Susanna Nobili architect – SNA

The Conversazioni d’autore (Auteur conversations) project is supported by MINI, MAXXI Public Programs Partner