Inter Cultural Center

The power plant, built in 1920 by Arduino Berlam Opicina for the energy company of the Venezia Giulia, is one of the few examples of industrial architecture from Trieste.

The spaces created within the structure of the existing building include a library, consultation rooms, video consultation, exhibition space, and a bar right outside the main building.

Attached to the original energy plant, the new glass piece looks like a boat ready to embark and spread the knowledge and culture of different nations around the world.