Daniel Libeskind has designed – for Rome, and for the Roma soccer club – three towers with a height of 200 meters: they will contain offices and be placed on the sides of a plaza, near the new soccer stadium. The three towers will establish a “dialogue” with each other, while becoming a distinctive feature of the skyline.
Each tower will have a garden, with spaces for work, recreation and events. Tower One will be the fulcrum of the composition, with vertical gardens on two sides.
The whole project – the result of integration of sports, commercial and administrative functions – will offer green areas and squares, with architectural, engineering and sustainability solutions of the latest generation.
The works on an overall area of 125 hectares, including the stadium, private buildings, parking facilities, public space and green areas, should start at the end of the year, and be completed by the start of 2018. The funding, from exclusively private sources according to the president of the Roma team, James Pallotta, amounts to 1.5 billion euros, of which 400 million are for the stadium.