New Administrative Center

The new administrative center is divided into three bodies, respectively for city hall, health district and mountain community, all of which are characterized by the ground floor location of offices suitable for receiving the public. The structure is designed in such a way as to make the various institutions visually and functionally autonomous and independent, with the choice to place the city hall toward the center of the new square. The city hall block is derived from the composition of a rectangular volume and a cylinder, which at the plaza allows the facade to rotate deliberately toward the center. The cylinder block of the mountain community is designed to enhance its substantial endowment of carrying out all-round metalocal functions. The exterior finish is planned to be light-colored walls of smoothed, fair-faced cement blocks with dark-colored bands in between.