The city, a dense concentration of living beings, a constellation of buildings, with any sort of possible infrastructure man can imagine, is a place that will never bore me. For instance, this huge structure, so called Tangenziale Est, in the city of Rome, is the practical result of a major project conceived in 1962 by the great urbanist Kenzo Tange. While the initial idea was of course good and honourable, nowadays it may look less attractive and degrading, however it has become part of Rome’s environment. This node is located between the Prenestina area and Porta Maggiore and is astonishing how it relates directly to 10 story buildings only a few meters away. This skyline is so unexpected considering that just beyond the Aurelian walls you relate to constructions built 2000 years earlier and that are still there.
Tangenziale Est – Rome Italy
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