Contemporary Turin

Contemporary Turin

Starting the tour from Lingotto area, where the city’s industrial past is linked back to the future: the recovery of the former Carpano with the first national headquarters of Eataly (Negozio Blu, 2007), the new sustainable center Green Pea, the complex of Lingotto with the Pinacoteca Gianni and Marella Agnelli (Renzo Piano, 2002) and, going south, the newly renovated National Automobile Museum (Cino Zucchi, 2011).

Then we reach transforming areas in the city center,  with the High Speed station of Porta Susa (Arep and Silvio D’Ascia, 2012) and the Intesa San Paolo skyscraper (Renzo Piano, 2016). Crossing the railway lines we reach the main Olympic projects (2006), we arrive at the Ogr, the halls for the maintenance of trains recently transformed into a cultural center for performing art (FOR Engineering Architecture / Bp+p Architecture&Design, 2019).