The first study room in Italy open to everyone for free and active 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, with ultra-fast wi-fi connection
The Study Room is one of the highlights of Cinema Troisi: 150 square meters equipped with every comfort, with 45 indoor workstations (increasing to 80 with the addition of the terrace). It is open – the first and only case in Italy – 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, and offers a free wi-fi connection at the speed of 1gbt upload and download, with the support of DiscoLazio.
The spaces have been designed with elimination of any architectural barriers up to the access to the external terrace. The indoor workstations are also equipped with ergonomic chairs, books, DVDs and 10 free-to-use laptops. The air conditioning system complies with the current regulations and the standards UNI 10339 and UNI 13779, to ensure maximum safety for those studying inside.
The Study Room project can produce a social and environmental impact of about €1.6 million. An estimate made by Professor Luigi Corvo of Open Impact, an innovative start-up and research spin-off of the University of Rome Tor Vergata, considered the various dimensions of impact achieved by the redevelopment (social, economic and environmental) calculated over the next 10 years: 30 tonnes of CO2 saved every year, thanks to the green partner Iberdrola, and 70% less in management costs for the public purse.
The photo is by Flavia Rossi