The project interprets the area as a representative and functional place, with a strong environmental value and a public pedestrian use.
In order to relate with the hill-square-river system, the project uses as architectural tool the green masses of trees, large topiaries bushes, geometric vegetal patches together with urban furnitures that aims to give a new measure to space or to hide the view.
The architectural redefinition of the boulevard of the Foreign Ministry establishes a new dialogue between the Palace and the river Tiber, moving the access on the riverside.
The idea of the axis materializes in the street equipment which becomes a continuous element from the riverside to the Farnesina square.
The traffic divider, enlarged to a monumental size, plays a central role in the project, both for the spatial relations that it creates, both because it marks and explain the decision to build a representative car access to the Palace.