Open House Rome 2021

Rome, 2‑3 October 2021


Open House Rome

What is Open House Rome?

By Gaia Maria Lombardo

Open House is the largest event in the world dedicated to the promotion of architecture. Born in 1992 in London, today he is present annually in 45 cities around the world. Since 2012, with Open House Roma, hundreds of places, remarkable for their architectural and artistic peculiarities, are open to the public, every year free of charge, with guided tours, for a weekend. Knowledge, participation, cultural transversality are the key concepts on which this great project that animates the entire city is built year after year. Open House Roma is organised and produced by Open City Roma, a non-profit association that promotes, through its many activities, the convergence of interests of the entire community towards a more sustainable and culturally aware city.


Rome, Area 3 (Villa Borghese-Via Veneto)

Museo Hendrik Christian Andersen

Nuovo Ampliamento Facoltà di Architettura

Palazzina Nebbiosi

Palazzo Corrodi

Uffici McKinsey e Company

Accademia di Danimarca

Accademia d’Egitto

Villa Medici, Accademia di Francia

Casa Museo Giorgio De Chirico

Salone Margherita

Villa Maraini, Istituto Svizzero di Roma

Palazzo Piacentini

House of Dust

Museo Boncompagni Ludovisi

Fra Borromini e Bernini: il Barocco e la Via Pia

Ministero della Marina Militare


Area 3, Open House Roma Guide, 2021

Area 3, Open House Rome Guide, 2021


Credits

Concept: Leonardo Mayol and Davide Paterna
Director: Davide Paterna
Deputy director: Giovanna Mirabella
Programme management: Laura Calderoni
Programme: Gaia Maria Lombardo, Giorgia Dal Bianco, and Lidia Alessandra Zianna
Assistants management: Sara Armentano, Elisa Janani, and Giulia Franceschilli
Social media management: Paola Ricciardi
Digital strategist Fausto Napolitano
Organisational secretariat: Giorgia Dal Bianco
Graphic design: Etaoin Shrdlu Studio
Press office: Based Architecture, Lucia Bosso, and Barbara Scaglioni
Tax and legal advice: Tax Fin, Enrico Lupo, Giovanni Lupo, and Gavino Asproso

House of Dust
Programme: Gaia Maria Lombardo
Guide: Alfredo Vattimo
Assistants: Luisa Macchione and Martina Viscogliosi
Thanks to Massimiliano Beffa


Source

Antonino Cardillo,  ‘House of Dust’, Open House Rome, area 3, ed. Gaia Maria Lombardo, Rome, Sept. 2021, p. 16.