Church of the Immaculate Conception
We raised our eyes to the sky and captured the vault of Church of the Immaculate Conception in Turin, a decoration we couldn't resist, with its gouache-painted cardboard panels illustrated with geometric and floral motifs. Built in 1675, the decoration of its vaulting inspired us to create a delicately two-tone geometric pattern. Turin, the city of four rivers, joins our range of home products.
Photo by K. Weise via Commons Wikimedia
The Mole Antonelliana
At 167.5 metres high, this is the tallest masonry construction in Italy. Originally intended to become a public synagogue, it is now home to the National Cinema Museum. The profile of the façade turns into a Bookmark or Placeholder for your table.