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Italian High-Speed enters operation
December 12, 2008
The Milan-Bologna tract of the Italian High-Speed Railway Network will be inaugurated tomorrow, thus enabling a great leap forward towards the completion of this powerful infrastructure. Once up and running full blast, it will become a sort of “high-speed underground” that, in very short time, will connect the major Italian cities (Milan-Bologna in just over an hour, Milan-Naples in 4 hours and 10 minutes) and the major European capitals.
The interest of the world of architect lies principally in the consequent realisation of the new train stations, including the reconstruction of already existing stations.
The design of these new poles of urban requalification – this is what the New Stations for High-Speed will become – have indeed been entrusted to some of the great names of world architecture: AREP in Turin, Santiago Calatrava in Reggio Emilia, Arata Isozaki in Bologna, Norman Foster in Florence, ABDR in Rome, and Zaha Hadid in Naples.
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