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Terni

McDowell + Benedetti's Footbridge and Rail Station Underway in Terni

01:00 - 16 August, 2014
McDowell + Benedetti's Footbridge and Rail Station Underway in Terni, Courtesy of McDowell+Benedetti
Courtesy of McDowell+Benedetti

London based firm McDowell+Benedetti has recently announced that their design for a new 180 metre footbridge and improved rail station in Terni, Italy, has begun work on the site. A future landmark for the town, the £3.5 million (€4.4 million) project promises to provide an expanded commuter hub for the area with connections to fast trains to Rome. Learn more about this project after the break.

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'Gondwana' Installation / Orizzontale

01:00 - 24 February, 2013
'Gondwana' Installation / Orizzontale, © Olimpio Mazzorana
© Olimpio Mazzorana

Orizzontale was recently invited by GATR to take part in the 2012 edition of the architectural festival Festarch.lab with a project which imagines and builds upon an architectural installation for the main square of Terni, a town in the center of Italy. With the challenge to design a multifunctional stage, the result was ‘Gondwana’, a mobile archipelago of wooden platforms, which comes in different shapes, dimensions and colors, and invades the square with endless configurations. More images and architects’ description after the break.