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Temple of growing trees in Italy

Temple of growing trees in Italy. The growing temple Vegetable Cathedral Arte Sella, project by Italian artist Giuliano Mauri
Impressive Plant Cathedral Arte Sella, project by Italian artist Giuliano Mauri. Temple of growing trees in Italy

Temple of growing trees in Italy
The author of this project – Italian artist Giuliano Mauri (1938 – 2009), well-known for his many poetic environmental interventions, defined as the natural architecture. However, the growing temple Vegetable Cathedral Arte Sella has become his last project. On 6 September 2010 his son Roberto opened his posthumous work, built under the artistic direction of Paola Tognon. Located in the town of Oltre il Colle at the foot of Bergamo Mount Arera in the Alps, Plant Cathedral is in the north of Italy. In fact, Project covers an impressive area of 650 sq. m. Meanwhile, for the constructing the creators used 80 seedlings of hornbeam, 600 bars of chestnut, 1800 fir trunks. Besides, for connecting the elements they used about 6 kilometers of nut vine.

Temple of growing trees in Italy
Details of Cathedral Arte Sella, project by Italian artist Giuliano Mauri

Working with branches and trunks of wood he constructed fantastically real buildings. Among his works are the windmills, caressed by an imaginary wind, the Ladder of Paradise, the forest on the island at the source of Tormo in Lodi. In Germany and Poland he has created Observatories. His best known and most striking work is probably the Plant Cathedral Arte Sella in 2001.

Temple of growing trees in Italy

Giuliano Mauri's tree temple
Giuliano Mauri’s tree temple

In 2001 he created the setting of the standard in the fronton of Macerata. Later, he built the Aviary for humans in the valley of Sighs Monza Park (2006) and the amphitheater of the Bisenzio Valley of Contemporary Art at the Complex Cantagallo. Also in 2008, created a wonderful vegetable Bridge at Castle Padernello.

Giuliano Mauri participated in the Venice Biennale in 1976, at the Milan Triennale in 1992, the Biennale of Pens in 1994. Vegetable aisle of the Cathedral by Giuliano Mauri, 2001.

Giuliano Mauri's tree temple
Arte Sella, project by Giuliano Mauri
Giuliano Mauri's tree temple
Located in the mountains Cathedral Arte Sella
Giuliano Mauri's tree temple
Natural Cathedral Arte Sella, project by Italian artist Giuliano Mauri
Giuliano Mauri's tree temple
Constructed from plants Cathedral Arte Sella
Giuliano Mauri's tree temple
The view of Arte Sella
Giuliano Mauri's tree temple
Plate – Cathedral Arte Sella
Giuliano Mauri's tree temple
People visiting Arte Sella
Giuliano Mauri's tree temple
The sketch of the growing temple

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