Remake of 2008 of Forum Giulio Cesare Square that enhances the existing central monument and favors the median axis of the very irregular shapes, creating a space essential but at the same time imposing, from the perspective depth enhanced by the long side stone elements and concluded with the remarkable statement Palazzo de-Claricini Gaspardis.
The square was built with cobblestones in Piasentina Stone placed on the sand as it was done in ancient times, with different directions of installation. The stairs, the furniture and the oval that surrounds the statue are made into solid flex surface Piasentina stone.
Design and direction by prof. Arch and Dr. Claudio Visintini. Arch Scarlett Brazza.
View of the square in flamed Piasentina Stone with Palazzo de-Claricini Gaspardis to the bottom
Binders in flamed Piasentina Stone, step circular in flex surface Piasentina Stone
Flooring in flamed Piasentina Stone, oval solid in flex surface Piasentina Stone
Flooring in flamed Piasentina Stone, oval and steps in solid flex surface Piasentina stone
Vision of the square