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Notizie - June 2012 - maxxi museum rome: zaha hadid

The MAXXI museum has a new colorful courtyard. Winners of the Young Architects Program, the Italian firm stARTT’s courtyard, called “Whatami” incorporates a series of faux-nature around the museums architecture.

Notizie - June 2012 - maxxi museum rome: zaha hadid

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StARTT’s Poppy-Filled Exhibition at the MAXXI Museum Will Be Recycled in the Future stARTT Whatami at MAXXI Museum – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

StARTT's Poppy-Filled Exhibition at the MAXXI Museum Will Be Recycled in the Future

The MAXXI museum has a new colorful courtyard. Winners of the Young Architects Program, the Italian firm stARTT’s courtyard, called “Whatami” incorporates a series of faux-nature around the museums architecture.

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WHATAMI is based on the manufacturing of an artificial archipelago-hill, generating smaller green areas in the garden and potentially outside the museum. WHATAMI is the corruption of "What am I", the industrial declination of the first puzzle invented in the XVIII century for fun-learning by John Spilsbury, it could be dismounted along the geographic boundaries; a tribute to the maps of Alighiero Boetti, which is dedicated to the square of the MAXXI.

This brightly colored piece of landscape architecture is titled WHATAMI, and is designed by the Rome-based firm stARTT. The name WHATAMI is a corruption of th…

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