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Two Hundred and Sixteen Thousand Sixtieths of a Second: One Hour with Massimiliano Fuksas

Massimiliano & Doriana Fuksas

Stefano Casciani - Shall we begin with something difficult, the new Rome Conference Centre at EUR. This project hanging over you since 2002, I expect you feel is the most troublesome of your career.
Massimiliano Fuksas - A bit less now than it was: thanks to support from Mayor Veltroni, it’s the only project, with at least part of its funds still needed, that got included in the Finance Bill approved this December. But some time ago, too, we wrested the site from a firm that’s been practically marking time for three years.

S.C. - Is the architectural side finally sorted out?
M.F. - That side has always been sorted out. The plans have always been there, as you see them and have always seen them: the only thing we’ve changed is the hotel. That’s no longer an experimental design but something...

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