STADIO DELLA ROMA
The project for the design of the new Roma Stadium in Tor di Valle stems from the need of A.S. Roma to have its own facility within the new Italian regulations for sports facilities.
The Stadium has an area of approximately 53,000 square meters. In addition to the Stadium, SCE Project was involved in the design of the Trigoria training center, the Hall of Fame, the Superstore and several recreational and commercial spaces that are part of the complex called Roma Village. The Roma Village is composed of a set of single buildings interconnected through a system of public squares. The main square, at the foot of the staircase which rises to the podium of the stadium, overlooks the Convention Center.
With a capacity of 60,000 spectators divided into three rings, a natural grass playing field and all the seats protected by a PTFE covering, the project of the Stadio della Roma takes its inspiration from the most famous amphitheater in the world: the Colosseum. The steel and concrete structure is surrounded by a stone cladding that recalls the rhythmic façade of the famous arena. The roof, of steel, PTFE and polycarbonate, recalls in shape the Velarium, the fabric used by the ancient Romans to cover the upper corners of the Colosseum. The result is a dynamic and contemporary form that refers to the historical richness of Roman architecture.
SCE Project was involved in project management, full service design (architectural, structural, FLS) for the developed, technical design phases, MEP design coordination and has been in charge of the BIM Modeling and data management. SCE Project USA led the Project Management and supported the design through the coordination between the overseas architects and client offices with the local ones.
Client: Stadio della Roma TDV S.p.A.
Design Architect: MEIS Architects
Location: Tor di Valle, Rome
Year: 2018 – Ongoing project
Sector: SPORT FACILITIES
Services: Architecture, BIM & Data Management, Construction Management, Facades, Geotechnical Engineering, Integrated Design, Project Management, Structural Engineering.
Renders © MEIS Architects / Forrec
Renders © MEIS Architects / Forrec
HALL OF FAME
Hall of Fame, that is part of the Roma Village, lot A1 which also includes the new Stadio della Roma and is located within the development plan of the Tor di Valle area in Rome.
The architectural concept of the project was designed by Forrec, an architectural studio from Toronto and is directly connected to the adjacent lot C1, which includes commercial spaces.
All the ancillary buildings in this important project of the Stadio della Roma have been raised up on a “podium” area providing access to the exhibition spaces. The underground level, below the podium, contains parking spaces and technical areas required for the functioning of the overhead buildings.
The Hall of Fame has been designed to host exhibition and reception functions, such as temporary exhibitions, spaces for special events, reception service for the tour of the Stadio della Roma.
There is also a football field on the rooftop, which will also host scheduled events.
The translucent skin of polycarbonate panels backlit by LED strips, aims to emphasize the theme of exhibition from the outside, attracting the visitor to a space dedicated to the history of the Roma team.
SCE Project was involved in the full service design (architectural, structural and MEPF) for the concept, developed and technical design phases. The firm also worked on the BIM model and data management. SCE Project USA led the Project Management and supported the design through the coordination between the overseas architects and client offices with the local ones.