The project wants to allow a complete, simple and logical reinterpretation of the square and is built around two main axes, namely pedestrian paths, which want to intensify the use of the same space without changing the historical habits of citizens, before tourists: the first, which we call Asse della Collegiata, starts from the enclosure of the same and, after crossing the square meeting the Time Machine, reaches the Senfter shop area, passing it and becoming a flowery path culminating in a small information pavilion tourist; the second, which we call the Axis of San Michele, starting from the green area next to the Post garden (equipped with another and new tourist information point or small refreshment area / bar) reaches the other pedestrian axis, to stop at the new music pavilion and at the Time Machine itself.
The latter must be considered (in a certain sense) as the contemporary version of the tree under which the Bishop of Freising met the inhabitants of San Candido, i.e. a holographic pyramid that can generate any type of three-dimensional (visible and interactable) communicative content. on each side; in this sense, if it were 'rented' to companies as a truly futuristic advertising space, it would allow for an important self-financing of the costs of the project itself. Below the machine there are 4 tourist information points or coffee areas; should the weather conditions require it (rain, snow or simply too much sunshine) a special protective awning can be mounted above the machine, indicated in the displays.
Wooden model built by Ivan Simonato, from Centro Studi Andrea Palladio, Vicenza.