Arcspace strolls around Richard Meier’s Ara Pacis Museum in Rome. The Museum is designed to display and protect the Ara Pacis Augustae, a sacrificial altar dating to 9 B.C.
And now a lesson on how to say a lot without really saying anything – compliments of Richard Meier & Partners’ website:
The location of the site has particular characteristics due to its outstanding historical, archeological and architectural values, and requires a process of enhancement and a level of quality that will ensure the approval from the Italian and the international architectural communities, as well as from the general public.
What’s that? “Particular characteristics, you say?” How interesting…