The brightly-colored church, built in the 1930s by architect F. Dumas de Ramont consisting of three naves covered over by small, decorated rib vaults supported by pillars. The central nave and the congregation are illuminated by large suspended fixtures. A beam was positioned at ceiling height, out of the sight of the congregation to hold sets of projector lamps that would evenly light up the altar, the ambo, the baptismal font and Severini’s mosaic.
The architect team leader Piero Castiglioni assign Marco Petrucci as Senior Lighting Designer and Mauro Zani as Engineer Specialist for the realization of lighting projects. The costant innovation search and the continuing dialogue in order to meet customer demands result in a exclusive work.