|YEAR||1976, concorso 2°premio|
Seen as a simple building, the ancient acropolis of Pozzuoli is given new life by the re-organization of pre-existing archeological remains in the new urban structure, which date back to different historical periods.
The project provides foe five intervention nodes to graft the whole onto the surrounding context; namely:
– The “slanting square” and the “large square” towards the existing city
– The fishermen’s harbour
– The “large Cave”, where archeological exploration will start.
Due to these new connections in fact the Acropolis becomes part of a larger urban scheme which links together the Serapeo, the ancient Roman port, the amphitheatre.