Let us now imagine Rome as a mental entity, not a habitat fit for humanity.
Panteon was born in this way.
It is a systematic investigation, collected on papers that taste of the 20th-century.
Panteon asks the questions, while the answers emerge from the Roman environment.
The architecture analyzed is scattered in the tangle of this large city, in which all the different styles - old and new - exist and mingle together.
We are convinced we’ll be able to reveal elements that are still untold, investigating an apparently measurable horizon: 1911-1989.
Like a team of haruspices, we’ll interpret the guts of Rome, following real or hypothetical issues and urgencies.
Disguised as anachronistic, Panteon’s action is, in fact, now - the only possible time.