The National Roman Museum promotes the innovative Ō project at The Baths of Diocletian.

In the calendar of Ō performances that will magnify the Great Halls of the ancient Roman Baths and the its Renaissance cloisters, where the Romans were looking for welfare and a growth of the spirit.
The Sunday meetings and performances will reveal the secrets among fashion, design and architecture creation in the Planetarium space. Ample and diversified, the program is conceived like an artistic wander which pass through the monument spaces, symbolically exalting its original function: the transition from hot to cold.

On Sunday 11 November at 11.00 am, at the Planetarium, Zanellato / Bortotto present the project “To make the tree requires the seed” brings into the Planetarium the real-time creative process of the artisan Giuliano Fuga, owner of the Ongaro & Fuga.