In a crypt of the Basilica of the Holy House in Loreto, a curved work (wall graphics) of about 7 meters in length consisting of 11 flexible panels decorated in gold leaf has been created.

Epogea “flexible masonry walls,” apply and compose, through a system of magnets to tubular aluminum structures that can take many shapes (straight, concave and convex)

There is no definite limit in the length of the structures.

The standard height is 222.5 cm or 229.5 cm. Possible modifications of the structure can bring the height up to 297 cm.

“Flexible masonry walls” can be rolled up and stored in a small space, and the structure is reduced by folding in on itself.

This installation, being self-supporting and very stable due to its curved plan, did not require structural attachments to the walls or floor, which would not have been authorized.

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