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Bernard Tschumi Presents Final Design for Grottammare Cultural Center

01:00 - 22 September, 2014
Bernard Tschumi Presents Final Design for Grottammare Cultural Center, South East . Image Courtesy of Bernard Tschumi Architects
South East . Image Courtesy of Bernard Tschumi Architects

In preparation for groundbreaking, Bernard Tschumi Architects have released the final design for the ANIMA (Arts, Nature, Ideas, Music, Action) cultural center in Grottammare (Ascoli Piceno, Italy). The 30-meter “perfect square” will offer the Piceno region and the Adriatic coast a public centre for collecting and cultivating the broadest manifestations of artistic, creative and productive culture.

An animation, the architect's description and more images after the break.

ANIMA Cultural Center Proposal / Bernard Tschumi Architects

01:00 - 16 March, 2013
Courtesy of Bernard Tschumi Architects
Courtesy of Bernard Tschumi Architects

ANIMA, the first work in Italy by Bernard Tschumi, is a cultural, social, and architectural generator of events. Situated in Grottammare, the project is intended to welcome and encourage a broader expression of creativity and culture. The schematic design highlights the remarkable quality of a building characterized by flexible space and the structure manifests itself to the visitor as both highly permeable and exceptionally receptive. Unveiled just last month, completion is scheduled for 2016, creating stronger ties between the people and the territory. More images and architects' description after the break.

Grottammare Cultural Center / Bernard Tschumi Architects

01:00 - 1 March, 2013
Grottammare Cultural Center / Bernard Tschumi Architects, Courtesy of Bernard Tschumi Architects
Courtesy of Bernard Tschumi Architects

This dynamic cultural center in Grottammare, Italy, will be Bernard Tschumi Architects’ first commission in Italy. Inspired by the city's small medieval center, the roughly 7,000 square meter structure will house a variety of exhibitions, conferences and workshops in an effort to “strengthen people’s ties to the territory with which they identify” by exchanging information about the existing city and envision its possibilities for the future.

The architect's description after the break...