Barceloning has produced for Palacios y Museos a wine glass lampshade illustrated with a detail of the stained-glass window of the artist Sean Scully, installed in July 2011. The Cathedral of Santa María de Girona was started in the XI century in Romanesque style and culminated in Gothic style with successive Baroque contributions. It has the widest Gothic nave in the world, surpassed in the Baroque period of only three meters by the nave of the Basilica of San Pietro in Rome. In its interior there are stained glass windows of different periods and styles, among which the stained glass
Lampshade to mount as a candle holder using a glass of wine as a base. Design inspired by the central mosaic at the auditorium of the administrative building of the Santa Creu i Sant Pau Hospital. Exclusively sold at the Museum Shop of the Modernista Site. + INFO The magnificent architectural ensemble of the former hospital's auditorium, with its unique ornamental and spatial richness, reflects the characteristics of Catalan modernista architecture in vogue at the time of its construction, at the beginning of the 20th century. The central mosaic is of a great chromatic richness with motifs emulating peacock feathers.
A new product of Barceloning whose design takes as reference a miniature assembly of the Breviario de Miranda. A Breviary (from the latin word breviarium) is a book of Catholic religious liturgy that compiles the set of prayers, biblical readings and psalms that must be recited according to the different hours of the day and according to the period of the year. The Breviary of Miranda is a manuscript book made in parchment in the middle of the fifteenth century that is actually preserved in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. It includes pages of calligraphy with a profuse and
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