central towers

aerial View

building area

287,000 SQ.M.

Project "Stadio della Roma", image 02 | Lev Libeskind

triology, Stadio della Roma, Rome, italy

Inspired by the ancient Roman art of construction as well as traditional Italian piazza design, the Stadio della Roma master plan was designed to be the future home of A.S. Roma, a mainstay franchise in Italy’s Serie A football league. Situated in the Tor di Valle neighborhood of Rome, the Stadio della Roma master plan was planned as the centerpiece of a local resurgence with an impressive complex that will feature shops, restaurants, bars, entertainment facilities, and Roma’s training grounds – boasting the kind of multi-platform city hub that makes other clubs drool and enrage opposing hooligans.  

The master plan lies between the light rail train station and the stadion on the Tiber river bank, with a grand piazza at its center hugged by three office towers based on drawings of Roman building blocks by Giambattista Piranesi and feature multi-level gardens. The master plan balances a business district on one side with an entertainment complex on the other, whose meandering pathways and smaller piazzas cater to both business executives and soccer fans.

The project was realized in collaboration with Lev Libeskind, Daniel Libeskind, and their respective studios.

Project "Stadio della Roma", image 3 | Lev Libeskind

central piazza

ground level View

project type

master plan.

Project "Stadio della Roma", image 4 | Lev Libeskind

shopping district


Retail Park

with 245 shops

Project "Stadio della Roma", image 5 | Lev Libeskind

pedestrian bridge to stadium

bird's eye View


60,000 seats

Project "Stadio della Roma", image 2 | Lev Libeskind

main tower

interior view

Project "Stadio della Roma", image 6 | Lev Libeskind

central towers

aerial view

Project "Stadio della Roma", image 7 | Lev Libeskind

master plan

bird's eye view

Project "Stadio della Roma", image 8 | Lev Libeskind

master plan

bird's eye View

central towers

panoramic overview