Wandering in via Margutta, the artist alley, we hear the tick of a chisel. It’s architect Sandro Fiorentini, famous stone carver of the neighborhood.
His father Enrico founded the workshop half a century ago.
We get in and are immediately surrounded by trophies, marble slates and sculptures.
Sandro, in his corner, engraves a new marble plate.
He doesn’t detain us for long, because, like each day, he must organize lunch for his friends in the workshop, next to the fireplace.

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