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Marco Maria Pedrazzo, Davide Scialo, Niccolò Suraci
Liturgist: Mons. Desiderio Olivero
Academic tutor: Prof. Enrico Maria di Iorio
August 27, 2015
This competition was asking to reinterpret a holy monstrance according to both the tastes of contemporary design and the new needs of the curch.
I proceeded setting up a team of both designers, academic expert and liturgist to cope with everything we needed to know about the topic: functionalities, best practices, assembly procedures and meanings. My role was as lead design and coordinator, but I have to admit there haven’t been much work to do: the team get on well from the very beginning, leading to a result that won the first prize in the student cathegory.
Competition - Winner!
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