The Esquilino Market is a building with a total surface area of 5047 sqm, made of load-bearing masonry and reinforced concrete partitions. The side corridors are covered with wooden trusses and tiles, while the three central areas have pavilion roofs made up of metal trusses and polycarbonate sheets. The building was built as part of the interventions provided in the 1883 Rome Urban Plan which foresaw the Expansion Plan of Esquilino District including some service facilities such as Sani and Pepe Barracks. 3TI’s project aimes at reconstructing the building according to the original drawings of the time, bringing the complex back to that basic clarity, typological simplicity, which alone can ensure unity and organicity even in a different functional context. The width of the buildings (constant on the 8 m) has allowed the use of reduced dimensional standards but sufficient for the good functioning of the new structure.
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3TI speeds up the opening of Montichiari Velodrome
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3TI in Afghanistan for Priority Projects
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3TI on stage: Studio 3 of the Experimental Cinematography Center in Rome
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2019 OICE International Report Round Table
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A new Municipal Sports Center for Turbigo (Italy)
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#SpamRoma2019 - CITYSCAPES
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Healthcare sector: 3TI PROGETTI signs a new contract in Romania
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3TI @ TIS Roma 2019 with Doha metro project
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3TI commitment to training the sport business managers of the future
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Italian basketball champions inaugurate the New Oristano Sports Hall
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New Library for Udine University: main structure completed!
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IAQVEC 2019. 3TI and the Bisceglie School @ Politecnico di Bari
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3TI for the reorganization of the mechanized Post Office in Naples
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3ti for fire prevention @ Enpam Real Estate in Milan
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Presentation of final draft design guidelines for Rail Baltica
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Doha Metro opens Red Line South Link
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3TI PROGETTI achieves SOA Certification
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Great Hall of Parthenope University in Naples
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3TI @ the 4th International BIM Forum OICE
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1994-2019: “Tuscolo Eternal Beauty” 25 years of activity
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Validation of the project for Casal Velino waterfront
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Lignano Sabbiadoro bus station opens to public
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3TI wins another project in Romania
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A new framework contract for 3TI PROGETTI
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Scampia: demolition starts today
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A new contract in Romania for 3TI PROGETTI
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SBE19-Scilla: Policies for a sustainable built environment
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The Eternal Beauty of Tuscolo”: 3TI at Grand Tour Sites
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Opening of the Monza and Brianza Police Headquarters
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3TI @Swedish Transport Administration’s Suppliers day
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Global Forum in Vilnius with @RB Rail As
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Cooperation gets underway on new Skurusunds project
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Work continues on the Church of the Holy Family in Cassino
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H-BIM: Palazzo dei Diamanti, Ferrara, Italy
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Another step for Baltic connectivity
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TBMs move ahead fast on Milan Subway
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3TI strengthens its presence in Northern Europe
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Al Doha Al Jadeda station, Qatar
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Construction of a new library for Udine University
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Rail Baltica design guidelines, finalizing the inception stage
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Bridge over Tagliamento river opened before Christmas
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New Galliera Hospital in Genoa
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3TI PROGETTI will design the Music Centre and City park in Krakow
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New Technical Directors in 3TI PROGETTI, Building Division
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Targu Mures Emergency Clinical County Hospital, Romania
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"Interarch 2018" - Special Prize: "Terra Madre" kindergarten and public piazza
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Pedestrian cycle track in Verbania, Italy
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M4#lablu, the new Milan metro line, Italy
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Venice Port: 3TI delivered the Final Design
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University of Udine (Italy): new Library construction
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3TI detailed design of Manerbio Hospital (Italy) has been approved
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3TI to design the new Helicopter base in Maratea, Italy
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Extension of the Modern & Contemporary art Gallery in the “Diamanti Palace”
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Metro Dhoa - Al Doha Al Jadeda Station ready for inspection
 

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