Let us now imagine Rome as a mental entity, not a habitat fit for humanity.
Panteon was born in this way.It is a systematic investigation, collected on papers that taste of the 20th century.
Panteon asks the questions, while the answers emerge from the Roman environment. The architecture analyzed is scattered in the tangle of this large city, in which different styles – old and new – exist and mingle together. We are convinced we’ll be able to reveal elements that are still untold, investigating an apparently measurable horizon: 1911-1989. As a team of haruspices, we’ll interpret the guts of Rome, following real or hypothetical issues and urgencies.
Disguised as anachronistic, Panteon’s action is, in fact, now – the only possible time.