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Palazzo Rinaldi looks for your "idea"

Palazzo Rinaldi looks for your
Palazzo Rinaldi looks for your "idea"
Ideas for the development and reuse of a building of great value and beauty
Palazzo Rinaldi looks for your
Palazzo Rinaldi looks for your "idea" | Ideas for the development and reuse of a building of great value and beauty

"Your ideas for the city" is a public consultation and a project for the rehabilitation and enhancement of Palazzo Silvestri Rinaldi, one of the buildings owned by the Lazio Region in the heart of Rome.
The Palace is a Renaissance building, located in front of the Colosseum and the Basilica of Maxentius, owned by Santa Maria Institutes in Aquiro - ISMA, Public Institution of Charity and Assistance of the Lazio region and from this probation, has for many years been of abandonment and degradation. The property, in collaboration with the State Property Office, has embarked on a path of protection and exploitation to guarantee a future to this building of great historical and architectural value, as well as of high quality and beauty.

The enhancement process and upgrading of Palazzo Silvestri Rivaldi can not be separated from the active involvement of citizens and associations active in Rome that, through public consultation, are invited to express their ideas on its recovery and reuse. In the consultation, citizens have the opportunity to express their "idea" of reuse and redevelopment, currently designed to host a museum but it could also be functional to accommodate other public utility services such as social spaces, educational and training activities, tourist / receptive destination, university, polyfunctional Hub, co-working space, or other. To take the survey just connect to the link poll Palazzo Rivaldi Silvestri.

"Your ideas for the city" is aimed at professionals interested in submitting a project proposal for the city's redevelopment.
And 'possible to participate by submitting the online project, requiring to make a technical inspection on the property connecting to link proposals and request for technical inspection.
The public consultation is open from 26 January 2017 to 30 April 2017.

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