New BNL-BNP Paribas headquarters

Rome
Fotografia © L. Boegly
Fotografia © S. Anzini
Fotografia © S. Anzini
Fotografia © S. Anzini
Fotografia © L. Boegly
Fotografia © L. Boegly
Fotografia © L. Boegly
Fotografia © L. Boegly
Fotografia © L. Boegly
Fotografia © L. Boegly
Fotografia © L. Boegly
Fotografia © L. Boegly
Fotografia © L. Boegly
Dibuix © Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia
Dibuix © Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia
Architects
Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia
Localització
Rome
Any
2017
Client
BNP Paribas Real Estate Development spa
Structural Engineering
Redesco srl,
Services and Environmental Engineering
Ariatta Ingegneria dei sistemi srl
Coordination and Executive Design
Starching – Studio Architettura e Ingegneria
Urban Planning Consultant
Arch. Annalaura Spalla
General Contractor
PGC Parsitalia

The building comes formally to take on a symbolic value that is found in the following characteristics that define its “body”: the floor plan, linear and gently warped to the west through the writing of a variable sequence of broken lines; the choice of not wanting to create a “front and back” but a compositional score capable of creating amazement and wonder at the “metamorphosis” of the building, which will always be perceived in a different way thanks to its ability to react to the light at different times of day on different days of the year; the articulation of its functions, composed according to a principle of horizontal stratification, in a classic sequence of base; (“collective” functions or, better, that interface with the public), elevation (the predominant functions/ offices), the crown (the unexpected and unique space and its relationship with the sky); the entrance hall, highlighted according to a horizontal and vertical relationship thanks to the identification of a “union-separation” that becomes a “transparency-terrace” for four levels and reveals the Mazzoni water tank, an original and still intact element.

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