Lungotevere Marzio is located between Ponte Umberto I and Ponte Cavour, on which there are buildings dating back to the early 20th century.
Originally, the dwellings were located at the foot of the banks of the Tiber, and it was only with the creation of the massive walls and the Tiber embankment that the street section took on its current appearance.
It is part of the Rione IV Campo Marzio, one of the oldest areas of the capital, which under the Antonine dynasty around 100 A.D. was the protagonist of exponential building growth: the creation of temples, theatres and porticoes dates back to this period.
The building affected by Vivenda’s intervention is from the fascist era.
Vivenda carried out structural repair work: all the reinforced concrete pillars were badly deteriorated, with exposed and rusting iron rods.
Once the structure was restored, the façades were restored with a demolition of 50% of the plaster on the surface. The appearance of the building from the time of its construction in the early 1900s was restored with a work of levelling and painting the elevations.
The work also involved the balconies, with the resurfacing of the flooring and the lighting system.