Italian architects studioUAP shared with us their renovation of Don Cadmo Biavati Park in Via Delle Palme, Rome. The project site is an abandoned public garden in the dense Centocelle neighbourhood in Rome with scarce green areas. The garden is close to many facilities like several schools, an elderly centre and the CSOA of Fort Prenestino. See more images and information after the break.
The project In the garden there will be an open area and a protected area.
Open area - open park, intervention on the lawns and on the seats; - edible garden for schools, intervention for its implementation; - dog area, a wide fenced area with trash containers, a fountain and seats; - entrance piazza, in between the open and the protected area with new flowerbeds; - low maintenance flower garden to attract butterflies and appreciate season’s changes; - new gate and fence for the protected area
Protected area - teens playground, intervention on the existing abandoned skate area for a multifunctional ground; - outdoor theatre, wooden seats on the degrading slope and stage facing the foreseen kiosk; - children playground, intervention with new games; - subtropical plants area, among the existing palm trees.
Architects: studioUAP and Paesaggi&Paesaggi Location: Rome, Italy Design Team: Studio UAP: Arch. Silvia Cioli, arch. arch. Luca D’Eusebio, Andrea Mangoni, arch. Antonio Liantonio, arch. Sara Moyano Fernandez, arch. Silvia Nicoli. PAESAGGI & paesaggi: arch. Maria Cristina Tullio; dott. agr. Simone Amantia Scuderi