Nulla dies sine linea


Year: 2011
Duration: 30'
Type: documentary art - architecture

Director: Riccardo De Cal


The movie explores the architectural history of the restoration of the Castelvecchio Museum in Verona by Carlo Scarpa, through the development of a poetic end evocative route aimed at identifying the essence of the Scarpa intervention and to explore the theme of restoration work. The enlightened vision of the then director Licisco Magagnato allowed the professor to design a museum of extraordinary refinement and modernity. Through sounds, shapes, colors, night tour lit only by the feeble light of the moon, the works are covered with mystery and the architecture, the rooms of the museum, buy a different breath, perception changes radically.