Giotto Box by
Alexander Gorlin Architects

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This composition was inspired by the paintings of the 14th century Italian painter and architect, Giotto di Bondone. Spatially evocative and sympathetic to detail, the paintings of Giotto portray ornate scenes that include architectural elements in the background. Four miniature rooms atop a small jewel box incorporate these elements, creating a fantasy world of color and form.

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