The project for the new Regional Archaeological Kamarina Park (Ragusa) is completed after four years of work, and opens to the public. The project was entrusted to the group led by BIANCHETTIARCHITETTURA.
Kamarina was founded in the early 6th century BC. (598 BC - 597 BC) by the ancient Doric Syracusan Greeks. The current remains are of great archaeological interest, and testify to the vastness of the ancient site.
For the care and enhancement of the remains, the construction of the Archaeological Kamarina Park was started, under the care of the Superintendence for Cultural and Environmental Heritage of Ragusa, according to a project, drawn up by the professional group composed of BIANCHETTIARCHITETTURA (group leader), Arch. Antonio Buscena, Arch. Giovanni Cavalieri, Ing. Stefano Rossi and Ing. Giuseppe Firullo.
The group has embarked on a path to enhance the remains through the symbolic re-proposition of the Stoai in the park, the creation of a new exhibition system in the museum and the exploration through an "augmented reality" path of the historical testimonies. The end result is that of a unique and exclusive museum of its kind capable of involving the user in a multisensory and inclusive experience due to its ability to welcome every category of users without physical or psychological barriers.