The streets of Pompeii lined with shops and houses, once bustling with life more than one thousand nine hundred years ago.
Entering the atrium, the main elements are evident: concrete curved walls, suspended black staircases, open ceiling catching natural light. Zaha Hadid had intended 'a new fluid kind of spatiality of multiple perspective points and fragmented geometry, designed to embody the chaotic fluidity of modern life'.
A clever manipulation of artificial and natural light.
The Piazza Navona blanketed with tourists.
More of Rome in my previous trip: http://aikkianphotography.blogspot.sg/2014/11/a-little-bit-of-europe.html#!/2014/11/a-little-bit-of-europe.html