项目客户 Client | Eur AG
项目支出 Cost | € 273,000,000
时间 Completion time | 2016
面积 Area | 55,000 sqm
总承包商 Contractor | Società Italiana per Condotte d’Acqua
声学顾问 Acoustics | XU - Acoustique, A.I. Engineering
灯光设计 Lighting | Speirs & Major Associates
新罗马Eur会议中心和酒店 New Rome-Eur Convention Centre and Hotel
膜"中的"云"(上) “The Cloud”, enclosed by “The Theca” (Top)
设计草图(下) Sketch (Bottom)
"叶片" (酒店) "The Blade" (Hotel)
展览空间(下) Exhibition Space (Bottom)
"云"(下) “The Cloud” (Bottom)
The New Rome-Eur Convention Centre and Hotel project is built in a strategic area of the historic quarter of Rome, called EUR, on 55,000 square metres of the built surface. The design concept is briefly explained using three elements: “The Theca”, “The Cloud”, and “The Blade”.
"云"及其结构 “The Cloud” and its structure
"The Theca", longitudinally oriented, is the enclosure, with steel structure and glass double-façade, which contains "The Cloud". "The Cloud" is the heart of the project. Its construction into the box of "The Theca" underlines the comparison between a free spatial articulation, without rules, and a geometrically defined shape.
Inside "The Cloud", there is an auditorium, eating areas, and support services to the auditorium. The "Cloud" is a distinctive architectural element of the project. The structure, with the extraordinary visual effects of its steel ribs, is covered by a 15,000 square metres transparent curtain.
"The Blade", a 439-room hotel, is considered as an independent and autonomous structure. At the underground level of the complex, there is a 600-space parking lot.
The New Rome-Eur Convention Centre is a work of extraordinary artistic value, characterised by innovative solutions and the choice of technologically advanced materials. It is a highly flexible complex, able to host congress and exhibition events with a capacity of nearly 8,000 seats, 1,800 seats in the auditorium of "The Cloud" and conference rooms with 6,000 seats.
夜晚的"云" “The Cloud” at night
The design of the New Rome-Eur Convention Centre is distinguished by its eco-friendly approach to reduce energy consumption. There is a climate-control system with variable-flow air conditioning, which is powered by the solar panels installed on the cover of "The Theca". The panels allow for the protection of the building from overheating from solar radiation, as well as allowing significant energy-saving capabilities.