About 1,500 structures will be set up over the coming months in the direction of Domenico Arcuri, the country's special commissioner for the Covid-19 emergency.
It aims to distribute 3.4 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine, which Italy is expected to receive in January after suffering most of the Corona virus deaths from any European country this year.
Inside, the spaces are separated by a system of flexible fabric walls, which are similarly pre-fabricated and designed to provide transparency while absorbing sound.
The wing will be energy self-sufficient thanks to the solar panels on its roof
The large pink primrose will be decorated on the exterior walls and ceiling of the building, allowing Italy's historic squares to "visually blossom" again.