ABOUT US

Orizzontale are an architects’ collective based in Rome whose work crosses the fields of architecture, urbanism, public art, and DIY practice. Orizzontale since 2010 has been promoting projects of common relational spaces, giving form to both dismissed and unseen images of the city. These projects have represented the ground for experimenting new kinds of collaborative interactions between city dwellers and urban commons as well as occasions to test the boundaries of the architectural creation process.

Orizzontale has developed projects in Italy, Spain, Germany, Austria, Greece, Ukraine, Portugal, Netherlands. “8 ½”, the mobile theatre designed by orizzontale in 2014, was awarded the international prize of Young Architects Program(“YAP MAXXI 2014”) by MAXXI Museum and MoMA PS1. In 2017 Orizzontale was awarded first prize in the competition for the regeneration of Piazza Europa in Aprilia, launched by Italian Ministry of Culture and Italian Board of Architects. The project is currently under construction. In 2018 at the Venice Biennale, orizzontale is awarded the “Young Talent of Italian Architecture 2018” by the National Council of Architects, which rewards the best Italian under 35 practice. […]

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  • From tomorrow we will be at Palazzo Merulana within the exhibition “Riscatti di Città | Urban regeneration in Rome”. In the exhibition, organized by The Walkman Magazine and Roma Smistamento with the collaboration of the Inarch National Institute of Architecture and the Order of Architects......

  • Friday January 17th at 17:00 we will be at the Contemporary Cluster to participate in i-Mesh TALK | Soft Architectures within the Arazzi Contemporanei – Rome Edition | i-Mesh Collective Show. We will be in the company of Gabriele Mastrigli, Manuel Orazi, Alessio Battistella of......

  • CASA di BELMONDO – collaboration rooms on Domus! “Imaginary as resisting marginalisation”is the title of the beautiful article written by Giulia Ricci. Special thanks to Giulia Ricci, Rita Elvira Adamo, La Rivoluzione delle Seppie, Ex Convento, London Metropolitan University (Sir John Cass College of Art),......

  • Happy for our contribution to the debate “Beyond the crisis. Open the dialogue on Italian architecture” by Luca Molinari on Area no. 167. In this issue we are together with an excellent group of Italian architects and we all have shared our vision on the......