Dotdotdot – Works – Cavallerizza Reale Torino
International competition winning team
Cavallerizza Reale di Torino, Turin
Compagnia di San Paolo
Digital strategy and integrated technological infrastructure for a new cultural hub

Designated a UNESCO heritage site, this 18th-century building complex is being reimagined as a dynamic cultural hub. The Cavallerizza Reale di Torino will be transformed into a multifunctional campus, with a performance venue, academic spaces for the University of Turin, and a new headquarters for the Compagnia di San Paolo – creating a vibrant destination and gathering place at the heart of the city.

As part of the competition-winning design team led by Cino Zucchi Architects and Politecnica, with Tatiana Milone, Stratosferica and Alberto Artioli, Dotdotdot has developed a comprehensive digital strategy for the Cavallerizza. An integrated digital infrastructure will welcome visitors, provide access to information and services, and establish a bold new identity for the complex, where heritage and contemporary culture intersect.

Opening up to the city
The reimagined Cavallerizza must serve the needs of diverse users: workers and students, locals and tourists, visitors and staff. We envisioned the digital infrastructure as both a navigational tool and a catalyst for discovery, allowing all of these user groups to easily find relevant information, programs, and services.
At the main entrances, a system of LED signage conveys a new image for the Cavallerizza as an open and inviting campus. Digital panels throughout the complex will display real-time information about events and programs.
A single platform for a dynamic campus
A new smartphone app will allow visitors to engage with the Cavallerizza before, during, and after their visit. This app is part of a custom-built platform that coordinates every activity and service, both online and on-site.
By integrating all of the building's networks and management systems into a single interface, we have created an easy-to-use digital governance platform that allows each of the institutions at the Cavallerizza to access data and information. A single portal can be used to update the digital displays, to manage event ticketing and information, and to administer services for both visitors and staff. Designed as modular and adaptable to each institution’s unique identity and services, this flexible digital infrastructure will continue to serve the Cavallerizza as it evolves in the future.
Winning team
Cino Zucchi Architetti
Tatiana Milone
Alberto Artioli

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