Reinforced Concrete Heritage Tour in Rome
Saturday, 3rd September 2022
In order to register to the Architectural Tour, the Registration and Payment to the Symposium must be completed
Tour description: Flaminio and EUR
Among the monuments of the city of Rome, there are a series of impressive reinforced concrete works that are considered an integral part of the architectural and engineering heritage of the twentieth century.
In this section of our website, we suggest two Reinforced Concrete architectural tours dedicated to some important reinforced concrete structures, easily accessible from the Tor Vergata campus, by the metro line.
The first suggested tour is dedicated to the well known all over the world works of Pier Luigi Nervi designed and constructed for the 1960 Rome Olympic games in the Flaminio district, the Palazzetto dello Sport, the Corso Francia viaduct, and the Flaminio Stadium. As part of this tour, you can also visit the famous Risorgimento bridge, designed and constructed by Hennebique and Porcheddu for the International Esposition of 1911 and the MAXXI Museum reinforced concrete building, by Zaha Hadid Architects, completed in 2011.
The second suggested tour is dedicated to another olympic work by Nervi, the Palazzo dello Sport, together with the EUR district, whose buildings, originally built for the E42 exhibition, are an example of rationalist architecture. The tour includes the view of the two reinforced concrete bridges crossing the EUR artificial lake.
fib RCH Tour
|11:00||Morning tour meeting point at “Flaminio” Metro station (Metro Line A)|
|11:10||Walking tour or public transport to the “Olimpic Village”|
|11:30||Visit of Nervi’s structures for the 1960 Olimpic Games (Corso Francia viaduct, Palazzetto dello Sport, Flaminio Stadium)|
|13:00||Coffee or light lunch at “MAXXI Museum” at own expenses|
|14:00||Public transport to the EUR district (with Metro Line B)|
|15:00||Afternoon tour meeting point at “Our Fermi” Metro Station (Metro Line B)|
|15:10||Walking tour of the EUR district|
|16:30||Visit of Nervi’s Palazzo dello Sport|
Metro Station Line A “Flaminio”