Architect(s): Renzo Piano
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Information for this tour was contributed by Carroll H Rasch.
Construction began in 1995 for this theater in the Parioli neighborhood in the north of Rome.
Architect Renzo Piano designed it to be a "cultural factory" with multiple spaces of varying size: 3 large halls; a theater studio of 350 seats; 3 studio spaces; the Cavea: 3000 spaces in front and over multiple entry area; and one outdoor screen around an archaeological dig.
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October 2006 photos from the Carroll H Rasch collection.
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