July 21, 2020

Kennedy Square is officially open, the belvedere is now accessible to citizens and tourists.

This area, once occupied by the mouth of the Ausa duct, was lacking any quality, despite being in a central position on the Rimini seafront. Our goal was to create a space that could both respond to plumbing and citizens needs, redifining the area.

The Kennedy Square belvedere is part of the Bathing Safeguard Plan (PSBO) which is the most important water remediation work underway in Italy.

The United Nation recognizes PSBO for its role in defending the marine environment.

Watch the video and discover the Hera project: