Marisa Dal Pont è una professionista eclettica. La sua grande passione è il mosaico con tessere. Prepara lei stessa le tesserine ed esegue tutto il mosaico su suo disegno, ha vinto importanti premi e vorrebbe fare solo quello ma la sua esperienza lavorativa l'ha condotta nell'interior design. Per tanti anni si è occupata di arredi per negozi, lavoro nel quale ha potuto esprimere la sua creatività e competenza. Altra passione sono le case di legno di cui sa moltissimo, ha lavorato per anni con uno dei produttori più importanti del settore. Marisa si occupa anche di piccole ristrutturazioni, lavoro nel quale accudisce il cliente con garbo e intuito e le maestranze con comprensione e fermezza, nulla è impossibile a Marisa e si sa che i problemi e contrattempi nei cantieri sono sempre dietro l'angolo. Risolve col sorriso qualsiasi disagio e il risultato si vede. Appassionata di edifici antichi, castelli ed edifici storici non perde occasione per visitare mostre e luoghi del passato con un occhio attento ai dettagli. Marisa Dal Pont is an eclectic professional. Her great passion is the mosaic with tiles. She prepares the cards herself and executes all the mosaic to her design, she has won important awards and would like to do only that but her work experience has led her into interior design. For many years she has dealt with furniture for shops, a job in which she has been able to express her creativity and competence. Another passions are the wooden houses he knows a lot about, he has worked for years with one of the most important producers in the sector. Marisa also deals with small renovations, work in which she takes care of the customer with grace and intuition and the workers with understanding and firmness, nothing is impossible for Marisa and it is known that problems and setbacks on construction sites are always around the corner. It resolves any discomfort with a smile and the result can be seen. Passionate about ancient buildings, castles and historical buildings, she never misses an opportunity to visit exhibitions and places of the past with an attentive eye to detail.
Marella Caracciolo Chia studied in Oxford and London, currently lives in Rome. She is a journalist and writer. She writes and deals with houses, interiors, and gardens and is a great connoisseur of modern and contemporary art, very sensitive to artists and discovering new talents. Marella is Europe Contributing Editor for Architectural Digest, she writes for the NY Times magazine, for Ville and Giradini where she edits a column and for Io Donna of Corriere della Sera. A bright parenthesis is his first book published by Adelphi.
Massimo Giletti is an Italian journalist, TV presenter and television author. He made his debut as a journalist in 1988 in the editorial staff of Mixer and as a television presenter in the 90s, presenting the Rai 2 Mattina in Famiglia, Mezzogiorno in Famiglia and I Fatti vostri. He was born in Torino and lives most of the time in Biella, where is his family owned textile company located in Ponzone di Trivero, a village in the province of Biella. And precisely in that place the well-known conductor owns a wonderful villa where he takes refuge when he finishes working in chaotic Milan. The Piedmontese journalist continues to lead very successfully Non è Arena, on Sunday evening in the Milanese studios of Urbano Cairo.
Marco Camisani Calzolari has been involved with the Digital industry since 1994, namely, as University Contract Professor in Digital Communication & Transformation and Fake News/Propaganda, in addition to being a prominent Keynote Speaker and Writer on the subject. Originally born in Milan, Marco, a well-known media personality, now lives in London and has become a British citizen. Marco is also a Digital Advisor for important multinationals such as Henkel, Roche, Atlantia, Danieli and so forth. As a Digital book writer, he has authored several publications on Digital Strategy and he is a regular contributor to many magazines inherent to digital-related topics, as well as various national TV and Radio channels where he is a long-established name, always hosted not only for his distinct competence but also great popularity with the public.
The Museum Leonardo da Vinci was inaugurated on 15 February 1953, becoming a foundation under private law in 1999. Extending over 50,000 square meters and attracting more than 530,000 visitors a year, we are the largest scientific and technological museum in Italy and one of the four major in Europe (together with the Science Museum of London, the Deutsches Museum in Munich, and Universcience of Paris). It has achieved major significance today in important areas: an international level of excellence in the protection, conservation, and enhancement of technical-scientific collections and in museological and museographic renewal; the undisputed national leader, and one of Europe’s major leaders, in museum education for STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) through methodological research and a very broad, high-quality offer of education and training; a major contributor in the building of collaborative projects and active dialogue with the world’s principal museums, with research institutions of Italy and abroad, and with the Italian business system; a world reference for the interpretation and the narration of the work of Leonardo da Vinci, the engineer.
Less than a year after her experience at Prada, Marta has presented in December 2010 her first collection of unique dresses. She has found a small but devoted group of customers both locally and internationally and her dresses, which are exclusively made-to-measure, are on sale at her atelier, at Banner and at Biffi in Milano. In july 2011 she partecipates at "Who's on next?" Earning a special jury commendation for her ability in reinterpreting haute couture in a contemporary key. though very young, he has become one of the most talented future fashion stylist. Her love for colors and harmony create beautiful dresses from fabrics for interiors.
The Vatican Museums (Italian: Musei Vaticani; Latin: Musea Vaticana) are Christian art museums located within the city boundaries of the Vatican City. They display works from the immense collection amassed by popes throughout the centuries including several of the most renowned Roman sculptures and most important masterpieces of Renaissance art in the world. The museums contain roughly 70,000 works, of which 20,000 are on display, and currently employ 640 people who work in 40 different administrative, scholarly, and restoration departments. Pope Julius II founded the museums in the early 16th century. The Sistine Chapel, with its ceiling decorated by Michelangelo and the Stanze di Raffaello decorated by Raphael, are on the visitor route through the Vatican Museums. In 2017, they were visited by six million people, which combined makes them the 4th most visited art museum in the world. They are one of the largest museums in the world. There are 54 galleries, or sale, in total, with the Sistine Chapel, notably, being the very last sala within the Museum.
Apicoltura Pappalaro da tre generazioni, dal 1925, in Sicilia, precisamente a Floridia, tra agrumeti di arance e limoni, produce un miele naturale profumatissimo senza aggiunta di zucchero. Nel tempo le tecniche lavorative si sono rafforzate e migliorate L’Azienda si trova nella Sicilia sud-orientale, precisamente a Floridia in provincia di Siracusa, tra gli agrumeti di arance e limoni.
The Salvatore Ferragamo Museum in Florence, Italy is a fashion museum dedicated to the life and work of Italian shoe designer Salvatore Ferragamo and his eponymous company. The museum contains 10,000 models of shoes created and owned by Ferragamo. Salvatore Ferragamo (5 June 1898 – 7 August 1960) was an Italian shoe designer and the founder of luxury goods high-end retailer Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A. One of the most innovative shoe designers of the 20th century, Salvatore Ferragamo, rose to fame in the 1930s. In addition to experimenting with unusual materials including kangaroo, crocodile, and fish skin, Ferragamo drew on historic inspiration for his shoes. His cork wedge sandals are considered one of the most important shoe designs of the 20th century.
Merletto vuol dire Burano, case colorate e donne che in attesa dei mariti pescatori creavano e creano, con ago e filo, piccole meraviglie. E il famoso “punto Burano” non è altro che, in piccolo, il nodo usato per costruire le reti da pesca. Nel negozio “Dalla Lidia”, l’unico che si può vantare del titolo di “storico”, si possono incontrare Paola Toselli, titolare con il figlio Davide Bressanello dell’attività, e Regina Costantini mentre realizzano merletti. Lavoro certosino tra storie, leggende di un’isola delle meraviglie. Lace means Burano, colorful houses and women who, while waiting for their fishermen's husbands, created and created small wonders with thread and needle. And the famous "punto Burano" is nothing but, in small, the node used to build fishing nets. In the "Dalla Lidia" shop, the only one that can boast of the title of "historian", you can meet Paola Toselli, owner of her business with her son Davide Bressanello, and Regina Costantini while making lace. Carthusian work among stories, legends of an island of wonders.
Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni (6 March 1475 – 18 February 1564), known best as simply Michelangelo, was an Italian sculptor, painter, architect, and poet of the High Renaissance born in the Republic of Florence, who exerted an unparalleled influence on the development of Western art. Considered by many the greatest artist of his lifetime, and by some the greatest artist of all time, his artistic versatility was of such a high order that he is often considered a contender for the title of the archetypal Renaissance man, along with his rival, the fellow Florentine and client of the Medici, Leonardo da Vinci. A number of Michelangelo's works of painting, sculpture and architecture rank among the most famous in existence. He sculpted two of his best-known works, the Pietà and David, before the age of thirty. Despite holding a low opinion of painting, he also created two of the most influential frescoes in the history of Western art: the scenes from Genesis on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome, and The Last Judgment on its altar wall. Michelangelo was the first Western artist whose biography was published while he was alive. In his lifetime, Michelangelo was often called Il Divino.
Moscow, on the Moskva River in western Russia, is the nation’s cosmopolitan capital. In its historic core is the Kremlin, a complex that’s home to the president and tsarist treasures in the Armoury. Outside its walls is Red Square, Russia's symbolic center. It's home to Lenin’s Mausoleum, the State Historical Museum's comprehensive collection, and St. Basil’s Cathedral, known for its colorful, onion-shaped domes. The largest city in the country and Europe, and one of the largest cities in the world. Moscow refers to global cities having a great influence on the world because of its high economic level and population. It is the main transport hub of Russia, its political, economic, cultural, and scientific center.
Miami, officially the City of Miami, is the cultural, economic and financial center of South Florida, the seat of Miami-Dade County, the most populous county in Florida. Miami is one of the world’s – most popular vacation spots. The Miami area does indeed offer multiple enticements for everyone: the trendy nightlife of South Beach, bejeweled by the eye candy of the Art Deco district. The bustle of Calle Ocho and the highly caffeinated energy of Little Havana. The plush hotels of Miami Beach and the historic hideaways of Coral Gables. Seemingly endless shopping opportunities in modern, sprawling malls and the quiet, personal attention offered by the family-owned shops of Coconut Grove and many other corners of the region. The lures of deep-sea fishing and golf and tennis. Miami's major league football, basketball, hockey, and baseball. Boat shows and auto racing. Art festivals and outdoor food and wine extravaganzas. An international airport and the world’s busiest cruise port.
Montréal is the largest city in Canada's Québec province. It’s set on an island in the Saint Lawrence River and named after Mt. Royal, the triple-peaked hill at its heart. Its boroughs, many of which were once independent cities, include neighborhoods ranging from cobblestoned, French colonial Vieux-Montréal – with the Gothic Revival Notre-Dame Basilica at its centre – to bohemian Plateau.
Melbourne is the coastal capital of the southeastern Australian state of Victoria. Melbourne is the most populous city of the Australian state of Victoria, and the second most populous city in Australia and Oceania. At the city's centre is the modern Federation Square development, with plazas, bars, and restaurants by the Yarra River. In the Southbank area, the Melbourne Arts Precinct is the site of Arts Centre Melbourne – a performing arts complex – and the National Gallery of Victoria, with Australian and indigenous art.
Matera is a city located on a rocky outcrop in Basilicata, in southern Italy. It includes the area of the Sassi, a complex of Cave Houses excavated in the mountain. Evacuated in 1952 because of the poor conditions of life, the Sassi now host museums such as the Casa Grotta di Vico Solitario, with antique furniture and handicrafts. One of the nearby rupestrian churches is Santa Lucia alle Malve, with 13th-century frescoes.
Maria Gabriella Mattia appartiene, sicuramente, all’élite che anima il panorama artistico dei restauratori. Nata a Torino, con la sua “Rosa dei Venti” vanta un importante curriculum di impresa, protagonista nel recupero di opere di assoluto spessore culturale e artistico. Dal Castello del Valentino al teatro Gobetti a molti palazzi storici affrescati, chiese ed abbazie. E' una restauratrice eclettica che spazia dal lapideo al lavorazioni sul cuoio.
Marielle Stella is an eclectic artist-artisan with a great creative talent. Designer of jewelry for fashion shows, she also enjoys the mosaics and the design of small furniture that she performs with mastery. The warmth of her land of origin, Sicily, shines through her contagious smile.
The Mona Lisa or Gioconda is a half-leght portrait by the italian renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci, that has been described as the best known, the most visited, thr most written about, the most sang about, the most parodied art work in the world. It is thought to be of Lisa Gherardini, wife of a Florentine cloth merchant named Francesco del Giocondo - hence the alternative title, La Gioconda. However, Leonardo seems to have taken the completed portrait to France rather than giving it to the person who commissioned it. After his death, the painting entered François I's collection. One of the most legendary reasons for the Mona Lisa's fame is her mischievous smile. Leonardo Da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa in such a way that the eyes of the Mona Lisa fall into the center of vision of the user, while the lips fall into the peripheral vision.
The Mulinum project was born in San Floro in Calabria, is the first agricultural supply chain where the ancient grains become flour and sweet or savory. It is a community of people who put the defense of territory and tradition first. The Mulinum project was born of a crowdfunding in 2016, in 2017 the opening of the first Mulinum San Floro (Cz) and in 2018 the birth of Mulinum Buonconvento in Tuscany -Siena. The creation of new Mulinum continues in every province of Italy.