The first stages of the promotion of the Rockolors brand at the main authorities in the Italian architecture sector have just ended.

With the collaboration of the provincial architects, landscapers, planners and conservators (OAPPC) orders, we had the honor of presenting the story behind the project and illustrating the infinite possibilities of using our materials.

First date of our Italian tour was the beautiful city of Novara, capital of the homonymous province in Piedmont.

The town core of Novara, almost pentagonal in shape, despite the heavy tampering in a modern key and the many neoclassical architecture still preserves the ancient medieval layout with small squares and cobblestone streets, in perfect cohesion and consistency with the Rockolors style.

The meeting took place in the charming hall of Via degli Avogadro, where the OAPPC headquarters of the provinces of Novara and Verbano-Cusio-Ossola are located.

The presentation was attended by numerous experts in the sector, asking many questions and proposing interesting employment solutions that we hope to be able to investigate and realise together in the coming months.

The Rockolors team followed in Sicily, one of the most beautiful islands in the world, characterised by its lovely seaside and multicultural influences.

This multiculturalism is reflected, first and foremost, in the architecture of the regional capital: Palermo, whose countless monuments of considerable historical and artistic value tell the different periods that have marked the history of the city.

The event took place at the headquarters of the Order in Piazza Principe di Camporeale, where the architects intervened opened a stimulating debate, above all of a conservative entity, concerning urban furniture. Moreover, the need for our presence on the spot arose immediately because our products are well suited to the needs of public sectors.

From the multiplicity and chaotic frenzy of Palermo, we then entered the heart of Sicily to discover the beauty of the small town of Enna.

Thanks to its long history, Enna can boast a great architectural heritage. Here, the architecture is heterogeneous and therefore maintains the distinctive traits of the peoples who lived it.

We returned home full of enthusiasm and gratitude and inspired with new projects, ready for the next stages that will take place over the next few weeks and that will see Rockolors in Tuscany, “the cradle of the Renaissance”.

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