MAURIZIO SIGNORINI - Light Sculpture in Stone


  • MAURIZIO SIGNORINI - Light Sculpture in Stone
  • MAURIZIO SIGNORINI - Light Sculpture in Stone
  • MAURIZIO SIGNORINI - Light Sculpture in Stone
  • MAURIZIO SIGNORINI - Light Sculpture in Stone

Energitismo Insight

Anthroposophy of Rudolf Steiner’s spiritual and philosophical path involves all the activities in the life of a man. Steiner’s writings, range from architecture to biodynamic farming. He is best known for his education methods.
Those who follow this philosophy look to man and nature as a whole and architects such as Maurizio do not neglect the details in working to achieve this balance.
For Maurizio, the use of a material or the choice of a color (never uniform but soft like the colors of nature) are not independent because, combined, they have a strong influence on well-being of those who live in that environment.
Maurizio’s lighting is designed to integrate the material and the colours for the benefit of those who experience them.

The Creator

Artists

MAURIZIO SIGNORINI

Maurizio is an award winning bio-architect and designer expert in colour, shape and flowing design to create a dynamic experience. In his creations he follows the anthroposophy philosophy and his atelier emanates wellness.

His workshop is his vision – witnessing the multivariant colours of trees that change with every minute of the day, and admiring the strength and vitality of the tree trunks.

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Location

Italy, Montebello VicentinoFIND IT HERE

Montebello, as it was named until the annexation of Veneto in 1866, had been for most of the nearly 3000 years of its inhabitation, more a way to somewhere else than a place to go. It was on the Gallic Way and a stopover for crusaders on their way to and coming back from pillaging Jerusalem.

Napoleon camped here in 1797, much to the displeasure of the locals. Every 5 years the Vicento Montebellans, unsurprisingly, hold the Feast of Our Lady of the 5 Years, which inevitably results in a favourable weather change for the area – the next feast is 3 May 2015.

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