The Museum of Modern Art, MoMA PS1, and the National Museum of XXI Century Arts of Rome announced stARTT, (Rome, Italy, Simone Capra and Claudio Castaldo), as the winner of the first annual YAP_MAXXI Young Architects Program in Rome. WHATAMI by stARTT is based on the manufacturing of an artificial archipelago-hill, generating smaller green areas in the garden and potentially outside the museum. The hill works as a garden, injecting “green” into the concrete plateau of the museum’s outdoor space, allowing it to serve as a stage and/or parterre for concerts and other events, or as a space to rest and look at the museum itself. The artificial landscape is punctuated by large “flowers” providing light, shadow, water, and sound. The materials proposed for the installation involve a two-fold recycling process, the supplying of the materials for the construction (straw, geo-textile, plastic) and the dismantling of the “hill” (turf, lighting).