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1927, Rome, Italy

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Alvar Aalto
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Vici was born in 1927 and he belongs to a dynasty of architects from around 1600. He has professional studio in Rome. After graduating, he began the profession in cooperation with works, simultaneously with completion of his professional career. He knows Corbusier and Alvar Aalto. He is architect of the Astronomical Observatories of Rome and Lazio and of Propaganda Fide, for which he created numerous works (Auditorium, Rector - Library, Conference Centre PUU). He is a Consultant of Sacred Art of the Central Committee and member of Italy l'Association Internationale Le Corbusier. From 1992 to 1995 he collaborated with the Project Office of the Governorate of S.C.V. In 2002, his personal library is declared of "great historical interest" by the Archival Superintendency of Lazio (Ministry of Heritage and Culture).


Residential Centre in via Casilina, Rome (1958); the access portals Gallery Lake Albano, Rome, Infrastructure Olympic Games (1960); Hotel in the Valle del Diavolo, Pescasseroli, L'Aquila (1962); the office building for the company TITANUS, Rome (1962); University College of San Pietro, Via Mura Aurelie 4 (1967); multipurpose buildings of Viale Jonio 10 (1972); residence in Rome, King Alexander Avenue 311 (1970); the religious institute St. Vincent de Paul, Via dei Capasso 30 (1971); The Church of the Visitation, the Pontifical Society for the Preservation of the Faith and Provision of New Churches in Rome (1971); Restructuring the south wing with the realization of the "Pio Institute for the Family Pope John Paul II", the Pontifical Lateran University (1980); the Accademia di San Luca, Palazzo Carpegna: design and plastic for the restructuring and conversion of the ground floor for Exhibitions and Archives (1991-1992); the Beck Institute (School for disabled), Rome (1995).


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