Conferenze Hall, Rome, 2006

The new Conference Hall of the Caltagirone Group in Rome confronts itself with an important historical context and is an integral part of the area subject to renovation.
The marble columns that articulate the room were not concealed, but used as a perfect scan for the subdivision of the space between listeners and speakers. The whole is wrapped by light oak woodworking, designed with precise milling to ensure a good acoustic capacity.
The dynamic design with which the envelope was conceived, catches the eye from the back of the room and guides it to the wengé varnished oak stage. The lectern, integrated in the woodworking, is the one of the details used to transform a conference room into contemporary architecture.