Via Guido Reni was designed for a powerful revolution, at least in Capitoline junta’s intentions. Brick by brick, three projects include the artery: Grab, Grande Maxxi, and the Science Museum.
The Capitoline Assembly, in its February 22 session, approved by 27 votes in favour, 6 against and 8 abstentions, in the presence of the mayor. Roberto Gualtieri, The New Urban Agenda for Sustainable Mobility. Part of the Pums also pertains to our lands with important news regarding the Grande Raccordo Anulare for bikes that, in old projects, must cross Villa Ada. All are postponed and under review.
The capture will fit into a rapidly changing urban context, Like the via Guido Reni hub influenced by the Grande Maxxi and Città della Scienza projects. “I am satisfied with the approval of my Agenda for Sustainable Urban Mobility – Announced Antonella Milito Vice-Chairman of the Urban Planning Commission – who requests that all mobility needs in relation to future urban developments in the area be taken into account when designing the road section of Via Guido Reni and subsequent sections subject to the effect of taking over these works will be in rest areas for the residents.” The Democratic Council opens on Citizens: “I think – says Milito – so.” Citizens’ requests must be guaranteed when there is still room for modification And with them the participation of the whole territory.”
Who is better than a Nobel laureate for a scientific pole? The Military Capitoline Board recently approved programs and guidelines for the design and construction of “City of Science” In the area of the former barracks on Via Guido Reni.
This ruling reaffirms the Capitoline Administration’s commitment to building the new science center, within the broader project of redevelopment and re-launch of the area, and a scientific technical committee is created to be appointed with Mayor Gualtieri. The committee will be chaired by the Nobel Prize in Physics Giorgio Baresi and will determine the characteristics of the project.
An investment of 37.5 million euros for the Maxi Museum. It is one of the thirty-eight “major cultural heritage projects” included in the strategic plan of the Ministry of Culture and approved by the unified conference.
The project will be implemented through funds drawn from the budgetary resources of the Ministries of Culture and Infrastructure. Specifically, 15 million euros will come from the microphone strategic plan for major cultural heritage projects, 2.5 million will be provided through part of the national tracing program of interest to the Ministry of Culture, while 20 million will come from the MIMS Fund for infrastructure interventions preserving heritage and cultural spaces maintenance, redevelopment, restoration and enhancement.
The new Maxxi Center will be on two levels and will have a functional green roof that can be accessed from the plaza, In addition to an underground car park. It will host a research and development center for arts, architecture and creativity that will be linked to a scientific community to develop new ideas for urban renewal.
So the new center will be overlooked via Masaccio In an area sold by the Ministry of Defense to the Ministry of Culture through a letter of intent signed today by Lorenzo Guerini and Dario Franceschini. The document, which will be followed by the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding, in addition to the sale of the area, also provides for the creation of an “energy community” between Maxxi and the barracks adjacent to the new structure.
In addition, for the benefit of the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Culture will implement interventions to strengthen the historical structures that house the Museums of Military History. The new building and green space Maxxi will be created by an international competition of ideas already launched by Maxxi targeting multidisciplinary design groups.
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