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ARCHITECTURAL MASTERPIECE

The PalaLottomatica is one of the masterpieces of Italian rationalist architecture of the 20th century and was designed by Pierluigi Nervi and Marcello Piacentini in 1956 for the Games of the XVII Olympiad, which were held in Rome in 1960. The arena was reopened in 2003 as a multi-purpose space by the ForumNet Group, that oversaw the major refurbishment works and now manages it through its subsidiary, All Events. The first event it hosted after the reopening was a Carlos Santana concert.

A ROLE EARNED WITH DEDICATION

Previously known as PalaEur, from the name of the area where it is situated, it was renamed PalaLottomatica as it took on the name of its title sponsor, which personalised the large external glass façade on the basis of a Massimiliano Fuksas project that is inspired by the Neapolitan grimace (“smorfia”). The aim of the works for the building, which is the capital's largest events venue, was to combine beauty and functionality, making the most of the exceptional setting, whilst preserving the original architectural features and improving its functionality for large musical and sporting events, by addressing the acoustics, lighting and modularity of the spaces. Moreover, the external area was extended up to 20,000 sqm and a beautiful 2,400 sqm terrace was created overlooking the Eur lake.

A SHOW YOU CAN'T MISS

The refined architecture, the circular shape and its impressive dimensions (the dome has a diameter of 95 m) make it one of the most important and beautiful indoor arenas in Europe: the PalaLottomatica is now able to host congresses from 500 people and major sporting and music events and shows with more than 11,000 participants. The PalaLottomatica is the only Italian venue along with the Mediolanum Forum in Milan, which is also part of the ForumNet Group – to be a member of the European Arenas Association (EAA), which includes the 32 leading European multi-purpose venues.


Source: Copyright © www.palalottomatica.it/

Venue

A show you can't miss

Scroll Down

ARCHITECTURAL MASTERPIECE

The PalaLottomatica is one of the masterpieces of Italian rationalist architecture of the 20th century and was designed by Pierluigi Nervi and Marcello Piacentini in 1956 for the Games of the XVII Olympiad, which were held in Rome in 1960. The arena was reopened in 2003 as a multi-purpose space by the ForumNet Group, that oversaw the major refurbishment works and now manages it through its subsidiary, All Events. The first event it hosted after the reopening was a Carlos Santana concert.

A ROLE EARNED WITH DEDICATION

Previously known as PalaEur, from the name of the area where it is situated, it was renamed PalaLottomatica as it took on the name of its title sponsor, which personalised the large external glass façade on the basis of a Massimiliano Fuksas project that is inspired by the Neapolitan grimace (“smorfia”). The aim of the works for the building, which is the capital's largest events venue, was to combine beauty and functionality, making the most of the exceptional setting, whilst preserving the original architectural features and improving its functionality for large musical and sporting events, by addressing the acoustics, lighting and modularity of the spaces. Moreover, the external area was extended up to 20,000 sqm and a beautiful 2,400 sqm terrace was created overlooking the Eur lake.

A SHOW YOU CAN'T MISS

The refined architecture, the circular shape and its impressive dimensions (the dome has a diameter of 95 m) make it one of the most important and beautiful indoor arenas in Europe: the PalaLottomatica is now able to host congresses from 500 people and major sporting and music events and shows with more than 11,000 participants. The PalaLottomatica is the only Italian venue along with the Mediolanum Forum in Milan, which is also part of the ForumNet Group – to be a member of the European Arenas Association (EAA), which includes the 32 leading European multi-purpose venues.


Source: Copyright © www.palalottomatica.it/