Panteon is a biannual architecture publication written and designed by architects.

Panteon aims to be a platform for architectural debate using the city of Rome as a pretext, as an infinite warehouse from which to draw answers to a potentially infinite number of questions.

Each issue consists of a set of texts, collected through an open Call for Papers.

Panteon was born from the urgency of putting authorial architecture at the center of the debate, today too often watered down by a rapid and superficial use of information, made of images rather than texts, made of impressions rather than intuitions.

Panteon talks about Roman buildings built between 1911 and 1989, works that require curiosity and time to be known, buildings that have operated within history, silently and/or drastically. Panteon is designed for scholars and architecture enthusiasts interested in topics that are difficult to discuss in university classrooms and television shows. Panteon seeks to develop targeted research topics and firmly believes in the possibility of disseminating them, in synergy with universities, academies and study centers.

The research is intended not only as a moment of study by those who love reading the magazine but also as a methodological approach to writing articles, becoming a collegial opportunity for in-depth study. The disclosure aims to go beyond the simple concept of sale, the hope is to entice readers, inside and outside the scientific community, to activate their own research within the city, to interact with the architecture revealed .

Panteon is a systematic investigation, collected on papers that taste of the 20th century.

Under the guise of anachronism, the action of Pantheon is, in fact, now - the only possible time.