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Meeting with Patrizio Prandi of Alpine Pearls

First appointment with "Go Slow" series for the "Future Talks" Wednesday 30 March at 18:00, with Debora Sanna and Alessio Scarale of DMO Mediterranean Pearls. Meeting with Patrizio Prandi, spokesperson for Alpine Pearls, winner of the Premio Go Slow 2020 in the "completed projects" category with the motivation:

For the large, networked, complete project, a model that can be exported to other contexts - driven by the desire to affirm a real principle of sustainability and capable of triggering those virtuous processes of revitalization for the entire surrounding fabric. For the realization capable of effectively defining a new structure for the mobility of the areas involved in a sustainable key, in line with the environmental context of reference of the Alpine arc, and of establishing a new order among the individual components, connecting them to each other and making them dialogue within a single system, exploiting the key role of the common thread, which is the basis of the project, as an element of physical connection and conceptual union between the different parts.

Live on https://www.facebook.com/simtur.italia and https://bit.ly/simtur-TV.

The GO SLOW series of SIMTUR's "Future Talks" is conducted by Debora Sanna, Alessio Scarale and host friends who alternate in the various live meetings from March to June 2021. The Premio GO SLOW, since 2006, is a project and brand registered by Mediterranean Pearls APS with the Scientific Technical Committee of Co.Mo.Do. and SIMTUR. The GO SLOW Award has boasted the ENIT patronage for two editions.

Alpine Pearls Primo Premio Goslow 2020

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