stARTT's illuminated fiberglass flowers (Courtesy James Stevens)
Imagine a warm summer evening in Rome. Then imagine stretching out on a cool, grass lawn underneath giant Jurassic tulips the size of a cherry tree. Their glow softly illuminates conversations over cocktails. Add a backdrop of the serpentine jewel of Zaha Hadid’s MAXXI museum, and you have theater.
Rome is all about theater.
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Filed Under: Giant Red Flowers, MAXXI, Museums, Rome, stARTT, Young Architects Program
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