The ‘Aula Ottagona’ is part of the great thermal system commissioned by Diocletian in the 3rd century AD. With an octagonal floor plan, it is surmounted by an imposing dome (23 meters in diameter), while its glass floor reveals the historical stratification. The new project retained the existing electrical wiring and involved the lighting of both the Aula and any exhibitions through the use of projectors.
Alessandro Grassia Architect
The architect team leader Piero Castiglioni assign Marco Petrucci as Senior Lighting Designer and Mauro Zani as Engineer Specialist for the realization of lighting projects. The costant innovation search and the continuing dialogue in order to meet customer demands result in a exclusive work.