Over the past half year, I have been working with my friend Elisabetta Terragni (CCNY; Studio Terragni Architetti) on an exciting new project
that involves the conversion of the former submarine base in Gjiri
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i Panormes, Albania, into a unique sort of Cold War museum. Gjiri i Panormes is located on a rare, unspoiled section of the Adriatic coastline, across from Puglia and Corfu, and was the site of one of the Popular Republic of Albania’s most important naval facilities.
A couple of months ago we were joined by Daniele Ledda and his talented team at xycomm in Milan and the project has entered a mature phase of concept development. It was recently presented at the FESTARCH in Perugia by Elisabetta and the event was covered in the magazine Abitare. Here’s a bit of eye candy from the project as it currently stands.
The Albanian media have picked up the story from Abitare, faithfully reproducing not only the images but also the text written by Anna Foppiano. Whether the project actually gets built remains to be seen.