The Parco Degli Angeli is fittingly inspired by the heavens, as the direct translation of the name to English is 'Park of Angels.' Set to be completed by Asymptote Architecture firm, the park features white-washed surfaces, and curved roofs resembling the wings of an angel.
The firm also used the landscape in Tuscany as a source of inspiration, looking at the rolling hills and emulating this aesthetic in the various surfaces found throughout the park. Inside the park is an amphitheatre, along with several sculptures that people are permitted to interact with. Not only will visitors be impressed with the architectural design of the Parco Degli Angeli, but the views are also worth mentioning to others.
Photo Credits: designboom, asymptote.net
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