Italy Learning Project

Published on 28 June 2017

Italy Learning Project

Consortiums, companies and municipal administrations together for an educational project aimed at Indian professionals.

“Italy Learning Project” is a learning project proposed to by our Consorzio Produttori Marmo Botticino Classico together with the other local Consortiums of the Stone Industry and by the territorial Municipal Administrations.

A one-week placement, offered to 4 young Indian professionals, who will experience the opportunity of learning through direct experience with stone in context of design, production and construction, to develop innovative solutions for raising the qualitative level of their professional activity.

The educational strategic challenge is that of creating a working community through the involvement of institutional partners, together with professional and business realities, to increase knowledge about stone extraction techniques and design with stone, to provide opportunities for knowledge of stone works and contexts, and also provide opportunities and real knowledge with operators and designers.


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