What will tomorrow be? Cities are constantly reinventing themselves. Everyday places, objects, and structures that were important, if not life-sustaining, are transforming and being rebuilt.
Signs of the past blend with the present. In this development, not only functional and infrastructural requirements are reflected, but above all cultural and political attitudes. Are there interpretations and visions for certain outdated models or places?
Fifty years after the visionary report of the Club of Rome, “The Limits to Growth,” which foresaw the crisis we are facing today, Rome is once again intended to be the place to initiate radical and immediate actions.
Students: Diana Dinkel, Luisa Samfaß
Video about the location
Isometric view with marked interventions