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The Oratory was built in 1638 by the homonymous Congregation. The first decorations with paintings and frescoes began in 1658. An explosion of colours and harmony. It was conceived striking a careful balance; the pictorial works of the Oratory are a paradigmatic exampleof rich Baroque decoration and is itself unique in an urban context. The Oratory has undergone a systematic restoration. 

The inner courtyard was covered with a light steel and opal glass cover. From the covered courtyard a ramp takes you to the area of the facilities for the spectators and the dressing rooms for the artists. 

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Restoration and completion of the Oratory of the Guardian Angels

Lucca, Italy

In partnership with Gonçalo Byrne and Joao Nunes, MICROSCAPE has completed the urban transformation of
the former Pini Horse Race Course, converting it into the centre of the new Central Park of Follonica. The show arena and the market area are the most extensive works of the integrated sustainable urban development programme implemented by the city with European funds.

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Show arena and market area in the Central Park

Follonica (GR), Italy

The Cycling & pedestrian track "Lotus Flower", in its length of 1km, connects the train station of Bozzano to the centre of Massarosa and it is an integral part of the system of the regional cycling routes dedicated to Giacomo Puccini and places related to his life. The project is included in the environmental context interpreting materials and shapes, meeting the complex technical and hydraulic requirements of the area and the need of harmonious insertion into the landscape.

Cycling & pedestrian track "Lotus Flower"

Massarosa (LU), Italy

San Pellegrino Church restoration and outfitting of plaster deposits

Lucca, Italy

The Church was in an advanced state of neglect, the objective set by the commission was to restore the exterior,
the roofs and interiors with the intent of transferring the plaster cast collections from the Polo Museale Toscano.

The collection consists of 230 pieces dated from the mid-nineteenth century to the mid-twentieth century.It's a low cost project with utmost respect for the historical artifact.

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