Italian Opera House in Renaissance City

A platform for cultural activities of the city is the ‘’ Italian Opera House “, one of centrality that characterize the external territory of the Renaissance City overlooking the sea on an artificial island exists and connected to the land by pedestrian bridges and driveways.

The building is designed to accommodate opera performances according to the most modern criteria and can play up to three representation for the same period which can assist more that 1,300 spectators. The room consists of an audience and two large balconies and is served by a large triple height foyer; the structure also houses a theme library, a restaurant, a cafeteria and a lounge bar.

The volume is unitary and highly iconic, characterized by a continuous surface mesh, perforated by apertures of various sizes arranged in relation to the internal functions, which reflects the light and mirror, the sea and the greenery around.