Sguardo e misura del paesaggio archeologico delle Terme di Caracalla

Gaze on the landscape: measure and proportion of Terme di Caracalla The bigness of the remains of Terme di Caracalla can be better grasped by “folies”, both artifacts of vision and references of scale. The pavilions designed to host the ticket office, a bookshop and jardin d’hiver are aligned beside a platform covering the whole distance of the walls. They also give an hierarchy in entering and exiting the visit of the monument.

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MANCINI, D. (2013), Sguardo e misura del paesaggio archeologico, in Donini, G., Ottaviani, R. “Allestire l’antico. Un progetto per le Terme di Caracalla”, p61-71, Macerata: Quodlibet
ISBN 978-88-7462-518-5

Mancini, D. (2012), Allestire l’antico: L’asse dei Servizi, in Vaudetti, M., Minucciani, V., Canepa, S., (2012) (edited by) “The Archaeological musealization. Multidisciplinary Intervention in Archaeological Sites for the Conservation, Communication and Culture”, pp. 216-217, Torino: Umberto Allemandi & C.
ISBN 978-88-422-2120-3

Progetto Museografico delle Terme di Caracalla: l’asse dei servizi
Candidata: Sylvia Maione
Relatore: Daniele Mancini
Corso di Laurea Magistrale – Interni e Allestimenti
Facoltà di Architettura “Roma La Sapienza”

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UNPACKED is an agile and fresh Office supporting a wide range of creative activities. Mainly is a common ground for speculations over cross-fertilizing projects involving diverse disciplines including art, architecture, urban planning, photography, design, business innovation, teaching, communication and more.

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UNPACKED unveils the opportunities hidden into the folds of obvious and banal, through architectures, installations, exhibitions, performances, workshops, various experiments of communication and relational design, instant and spontaneous playgrounds, experments inbetween digital and analog.

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The office based in Rome started in January 2005 thanks to the Young Entrepreneurs European funds “Sviluppo Italia” and is currently driven by Daniele Mancini and Irene Rinaldi, both architects and educators