Grand Hotel

Rimini (Italy)

The elegant monochromatic damask motifs printed on some Digital printing rear-illuminated backdrops ...
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... made up of RNV - Nevada film with which the hall was decorated, its lighting benefits from their contribution of diffused light.The ceiling was lowered ...
... with some Ceilings made of black BSU - Super Gobelin tulle.With the same tulle ...
... made up with tubular making the bells that contain the chandeliers were made.
The Grand Hotel in Rimini, planned by the architect Paolo Somazzi and inaugurated in 1908, it is one of the most famous hotels of the world.
Its fame has been made eternal by Amarcord, the masterpiece by Federico Fellini.
In 1994 the Grand Hotel has been declared national monument.
Here the illustrated installation has been realized in the Convention center, a modern structure realized in 1992 beside the principal body of the hotel to entertain events.

Materials used in this production

BSU - Super Gobelin

Scrim and bobbinet fabrics

Digital printing rear-illuminated backdrops

Flat making

Fabric: tailoring types

RNV - Nevada

Rear-projection films

Tubular making

Fabric: tailoring types

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