he realization of this cope comes from a painting by Vittore Crivelli, “Madonna with Child with San Basso and San Sebastiano” dated 1475-1499. The painting today is exposed in Cupra Marittima, in the church named to the patron saint of the city, San Basso.

The idea was to reproduce as faithfully as possible the piviale worn by the saint, recreating specifically the numerous decorations on the stolons of the board


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In 1915 a terrible earthquake hit Avezzano completely destroying the Cathedral of San Bartolomeo, however only one object was spared and found in the rubble: a decorated pillar.

The geometric ribbon pattern of this pillar was then used as the basis for the construction of the liturgical set.


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The inspiration for this project comes from the ceiling of the Church. The rich gold geometries that embellish the central part of the nave, along with the arches that serve as a contour have been the subject of analysis and study of the work.


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The ceiling of the Cathedral, built in the mid-thirteenth century and recognized as the oldest monument of the city, was the inspiration for this project.

The rich geometries of golden chests that adorn the interior of the Duomo were subject of analysis and study of labor.


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Project dedicated to the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre of Barletta, a church built in the fourteenth century and famous destination for pilgrims heading to the Holy Land.

The inspiration for this project comes from the apse frescoes that adorn the interior of the Basilica, specifically a small detail was the basis in the creation of stolons.


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