An undulating, multi-pitched roof covers the timber-framed Congress and Exhibition Centre in Agordo, Italy, designed by architects Emanuele Bressan and Andrea Botter.
The project is situated in a green area outside the city center, in an alpine landscape featured by well recognizable natural and anthropic signs. Although positioned outside the urban settlement, it has a strong strategic nature and it’s well connected to the public network (schools, leisure centers, infrastructures).
The building hosts several different functions, like get-together activities for the local community, shows and entertainment. It will be used for concerts, theatrical performances, conventions, conferences, art exhibitions and expos.