The Artemision Pavillion in Siracusa by Vincenzo Latina
The architect Vincenzo Latina signed the project of a small access pavilion to an important archaeological excavations in Ortigia, the island of the city of Siracusa (Sicily).
The pavilion fits into the historical and highly urbanized heart of Siracusa, and it appears as the spatial threshold of a Ionic theatre archaeological remains.
The design of the pavilion, as well as being functional for the fruition of a public space inside the city, sewed up a small urban void which was fracturing the urban curtain that overlooks Piazza Minerva. The intervention, which guarantees the continuity with the existing architecture thanks to some conscious choices of language and colors, is not isolated: the city of Siracusa is developing from several years a program of urban regeneration.
Studio: Vincenzo Latina
Photo Credits: Lamberto Rubino
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