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Dominique Perrault plants 8 giant metal trees in the heart of Naples, Italy

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 17, 2016 01:05 AM
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by Maria Novozhilova last modified Mar 16, 2016

Besides providing new great urban space for the city and commercial gallery, Piazza Garibaldi project links the underground metro station and the near on-ground Central railway station of Naples. From here the aesthetics of the striking triangular pattern of the Perrault’s architecture. It recalls the motif of the Napoli Centrale roof dating back to 1954 and designed by the famed Italian engineer Pier Luigi Nervi. Related: EWHA Woman’s University is a Green-Roofed Constructed Canyon in...






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