‘100 Italian Architectural Conservation Stories’
is a report created by the Symbola Foundation and Fassa Bortolo
in partnership with Assorestauro, that recounts one hundred experiences of outstanding companies, universities, research centres and associations that are an integral part of the Made in Italy restoration supply chain. These include iGuzzini
, a company that has always been committed to safeguarding and enhancing the world’s artistic and cultural heritage through light, which is featured in the report through two innovative projects in the cultural sphere: the Scrovegni Chapel
in Padua and Palazzo Sturm
in Bassano del Grappa.
“100 italian architectural conservation stories”
was presented on 17th November by Dario Franceschini, the Minister of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism. Ermete Realacci, President of the Symbola Foundation and Paolo Fassa, President of Fassa Bortolo introduced the report, Fabio Renzi, General Secretary of the Symbola Foundation presented the work, and Alessandra Vittorini, Director of the Cultural Heritage School Foundation and Maria Cristina Piovesana, National Vicepresident of Confindustria also gave speeches.
To read the complete ‘100 Italian Architectural Conservation Stories’ report, click here