After just 30 days of construction in Amatrice, the town in central Italy almost totally destroyed by an earthquake last August, a new school dining hall is being opened.

The hall has been built thanks to funds raised by Corriere della Sera and TgLa7 with the fundamental contribution of the companies of the Filiera del legno friulana.


This will be the first of a series of buildings made with prefabricated wooden modules to form the new piazza of Amatrice: the facility will provide jobs for over 130 persons and help to revive the local economy.


The dining hall designed by Stefano Boeri Architetti offers food services as well as a large multipurpose room.