Three Pavilions Commemorate 150 Years of Unified Italy
David Scialò from the Politectnico de Torino unveiled his project to commemorate 150 years of a unified Italy. The project consists of an urban intervention in Turin through the creation of three pavilions to be located in the city’s main streets. Each pavilion is dedicated to one color of the Italian flag. The white pavilion represents the diversity of Italy’s cultural background; the green pavilion commemorates its landscape, and the red one signifies the events that led to a unified country -the three structures would extend and merge at Piazza Castello.