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  • San Francesco in Confortino

    Fiori Group is glad to have contributed, among other companies, to the restoration of the church of San Francesco, built in the thirteenth century outside the town of Crespellano, quite close to our headquarters. Renovation works concerned the intire building and especially the wooden altarpiece, bringing to light significant frescoes yet to be discovered, which have been attributed to the painter Innocenzo Francucci, known as Innocenzo da Imola.

  • We are convinced that the restoration of this church will not only stop the degradation of an ancient building, but it will also be an example of the recovery of the collective memory of the place in which we live.  Taking care of beauty is a civil responsibility that has not only given us a splendid building back, but that has also meant renewing the sense of belonging to the community.  The restoration of the Confortino church represents the sense of a place that preserves our history, for those who were born here and for those who are just now discovering it, it unequivocally represents our identity.

  • "For the common modern mentality, sustained by abstract and rational categories, the juxtaposition of ethics and esthetics is clear.  Esthetics can remain personal and relative; ethics have universal aims.  We can remove ourselves from esthetics but not from ethics.  The Greeks, to whom we must give credit for both concepts, would have opposed this separation.  They did not have written codes that defined beauty or moral rectitude, but a general consensus existed for both, and also on the fact that they were intimately entwined.  They were two sides of the same quality, excellence.(...)".

    From Justice and Beauty, Luigi Zoja, 2007