Naples – Palazzo San Tommaso

After the Second World War, there was a construction boom all over Italy, especially in Naples. Creativity and a desire to restart were the main reasons that brought people to want to rebuild from scratch buildings and roads, completely changing the old urban and architectural plan. Contemporary art was the main inspiration for planning these new and modern buildings. In Rione Carità, in the heart of the city of Naples, there were many important urban redevelopments works. One of the buildings that date to this period and this urbanistic philosophy is Palazzo San Tommaso, located in via Cervantes and planned by Eng. Giuseppe Archivolti.