06 December 2023

Transforming Rome's subway into a mobile exhibition narrating the tale of a harmonious and utopian city.

Rome's subway becomes a blank canvas ready to be painted.

Externally, the floral wrap conceptualized by artist Brando Corradini drapes the cars in a lively tapestry of flowers, infusing vitality and beauty. Petals and stems intricately entwine, crafting a visual fusion that captivates commuters and onlookers in a mesmerizing experience.

Brando Corradini, a Roman artist and graphic designer, has consistently drawn inspiration from his environment, nature, and the local landscape since the beginning of his career. For Terra Nuova, he has imprinted his creativity onto the train cars, fashioning surreal and visionary landscapes through the application of Artificial Intelligence to natural elements.

Internally, students from the Roman high schools Carlo Giulio Argan, Caravaggio, and Ripetta have contributed drawings that intricately blend detailed portrayals of lush nature with timeless symbols of the city. The objective is to provide an immersive journey, where passengers find themselves engulfed in a distinctive fusion of nature and the city's cultural legacy.

The subway transcends its role as a mere mode of transportation; it evolves into a dynamic exhibition narrating the tale of a harmonious and utopian city.

This artistic narrative encapsulates Rome, an iconic city boasting an extraordinary and layered history, teeming with art, people, and nature.

Terra Nuova aspires to recenter the influence of nature in our lives, advocating for the principles of social sustainability and sustainable mobility.

For an in-depth exploration of the complete project, please visit the Terra Nuova page.

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