The photographic project documents the construction and the final outcome for the new internal walkway of the Randaccio Aqueduct, originally built in 1929.
The site was made freely accessible by removing the pre-existing barriers and building on site a light footbridge which holds on the architectural structure of the aqueduct itself without impairing it. Full access is now possible for visitors, allowing them to discover the interior rooms. The plant currently supports 2,400 liters of treated water per second, and an average production of 130,000 cubic meters per day.
Project by Elena Carlini Architect Studio for Gruppo HERA
Category : Green Architecture Exhibision
Date : 1 june 2016
Client : Personal Project
Location : Elsewhere