MASONE LABYRINTH : FRANCO MARIA RICCI TELLS US ABOUT IT

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A journey into the Masone Labyrinth: the biggest labyrinth on hearth. With an exclusive interview to its creator,  Franco Maria Ricci 

The area of Masone Labyrinth

The area of Masone Labyrinth

The Masone Labyrinth is a proper cultural center created by the creative genius of Franco Maria Ricci: renowned Italian publisher and designer who made the diffusion of culture and the sanctification of beauty his life long missions. Within the fantastical architectures of the Labyrinth complex there are a museum, a cultural center, a coffee shop, a restaurant, rooms for exhibitions, two squares. And, last but not least, the biggest labyrinth in the world, composed by more than 200.000 bamboo plants. With a surface of almost 8 hectares.

The entrance to the Masone Labyrinth

The entrance to the Labyrinth

However it’s not in the touristic sphere that the Masone Labyrinth finds its definitive and significant dimension. Indeed the journey throughout Franco Maria Ricci’s Labyrinth is not a journey into a real dimension. But a journey into the substance and into the concept at the base of the work. The complex alienates the visitor, catapulting him in a parallel universe where time and history can be observed but not lived.

Franco Maria Ricci and Jorge Luis Borges

Franco Maria Ricci and Jorge Luis Borges

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