The design is developed with the proposition of a series of minimalistic objects inspired by the island's geometrical shapes and materials, transformed through a contemporary look and use. Accesses and rest areas along the road are marked through corten steel signage  symbolizing the morphology of the ancient Sesi culture and the Phoenician tradition of the island, with landmarks and totems representing the archaelogical sites encountered. The minimalistic circular steel structures, mesh and local stone of the exhibition boots with forex panels, refer, in their closed and open layout, to the curvilinear geometries of the Sesi prehistoric tombs, interpretating in modern way the traditional shapes and materials and adapting them to a modern use.

roads infrastructure and services

Pantelleria, ITALY 2005

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