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Alternative Economy City in the Ex-Slaughterhouse

The innovative proposal for the reuse of an abandoned facility – a former slaughterhouse – in Italy is merited for the effort to bring new life to a historical setting. Specifically noteworthy is the idea of site recycling, a measure that promises to generate new activities and connections within the city.

Considerable effort has been made to respond to communal needs while remaining sensitive to the existing context. 

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Restoration and rehabilitation on site completed
 
Prizes for sustainable construction projects in Europe
 
“Invigorating new life in a historical setting” – Holcim Awards Jury
 
Project Entry 2005 for Europe
Project Details
Location
Rome, Italy
Authors
Luciano Cupelloni
Main Author
Luciano Cupelloni
Luciano Cupelloni Architettura, Italy
Prizes
Awards
Acknowledgement prize 2005
Europe
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