martedì 29 aprile 2014
elevator lift is a device with fixed installation serving specific levels, having a car moving along guides which are rigid and inclined at an angle greater than 15 degrees, intended for the transport of persons or objects. Today is HUB's lift
lunedì 28 aprile 2014
domenica 27 aprile 2014
Giuseppe Missori was born in Moscow to parents of Bologna. During his life, he participated in numerous battles for the unification of Italy. Of republican faith, fought in the 5 days of Milan. Then in 1859 he enlisted in the "Guide to Horse" by Giuseppe Garibaldi, the second war of independence, and was appointed official. In 1860 parts Garibaldi's expedition of the Thousand under the command of 24 guides. Also courageously saved the lives of Garibaldi in Milazzo.
sabato 26 aprile 2014
venerdì 25 aprile 2014
mercoledì 23 aprile 2014
It was designed by Cosimo I, but its implementation is due to his successor Ferdinand I, who commissioned the architect Matteo Nigetti 1604 to a design by Don Giovanni de 'Medici, brother of the Grand Duke. The same Buontalenti intervened by changing part of the project. Mosaic of the emblem of Florence, the Chapel of the Princes. The dazzling splendor is given by the rich Florentine mosaic inlay, for the realization of which was created the Precious stones. This art, which is still practiced mainly in the decoration of furniture and vases, found here its peak, although the funereal tone of the work made him choose the colors more muted and dark with porphyry and granite.
martedì 22 aprile 2014
sabato 19 aprile 2014
venerdì 18 aprile 2014
Former Cinema Excelsior- Fashion, beauty, accessories, food and design mingle together in the historic building at Galleria del Corso 4, in the heart of milan; now completely renovated by acclaimed starchitect, jean nouvel.
giovedì 17 aprile 2014
Velasca Tower is a skyscraper in Milan, located in the homonymous square, south of the Cathedral. The name, derived from pre-existing name, is linked to the Spanish governor Juan Fernández de Velasco, in which the square was dedicated in the seventeenth century.