Ipogeo dei Cristallini Foundation

Fondazione Ipogeo dei Cristallini cerchietto alto rosa e verde

Projects

Ipogeo dei
Cristallini

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How

The Sanità Neighborhood

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How

A Glimpse into the Future

Training courses will be organized to provide residents of Sanità with the necessary tools and strategic skills to fully leverage the opportunities offered by the tourism sector. The aim is to enable them to grow and thrive consciously, integrating sustainable entrepreneurial practices that respect the surrounding environment.

THE COLORS

BONE BLACK. Produced from the incomplete combustion of organic substances rich in coal, including wine lees, or animal bones, produced from the calcination of bones.

CARBON BLACK. Produced from the incomplete combustion of organic substances rich in coal, including wine lees, or animal bones produced from the calcination of bones.

CINNABAR. Red mercury sulfide: it is a bright red compared to red ochre. Pigment extracted from minerals, rocks, and gemstones.

RED OCHRE. Also known as hematite, is an iron oxide mineral pigment extracted from minerals, rocks, and gemstones. The first type of pigments to be used in the history of art.

YELLOW OCHRE. Also known as goethite, mineral pigment extracted from minerals, rocks, and gemstones. It is an iron oxide. The first type of pigments to be used in the history of art.

LIME WHITE. It is the so-called Calcite.

LEAD WHITE. It is naturally present in nature in the form of a mineral (Cerussite), but usually produced artificially through a process of lead corrosion by means of acetic acid.

GRAY. Obtained with carbon black and lime white.

EGYPTIAN BLUE. Derived from Egyptian blue.

BLUE derived from Egyptian blue.

GREEN derived from Egyptian blue.

PURPLE derived from Egyptian blue.