I tried to focus my attention on the buildings usually overlooked by tourists who pass them by on their way to the must-see places. I live in Rome, Italy, and with those photographs I want to reveal the charm and grandeur of the otherwise mundane structures.
(Personal Perspective Mode)
In this picture: The “Nuvola” (Cloud) building in the southern Fascist-era EUR district of Rome.
EUR, this Orwellian quarter of wide boulevards and linear buildings was built for an international exhibition in 1942, and although war intervened and the exhibition never took place, the name stuck – Esposizione Universale di Roma (Roman Universal Exhibition) or EUR. The area's main interest lies in its rationalist architecture, which finds perfect form in the iconic Palazzo della Civiltà e del Lavoro, aka the Square Colosseum, where Italian fashion house Fendi has had its global headquarters since 2015.