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[12/23/2014]

Lithic Dragonfly: a look into our 2015

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Dear reader,
Another year has come and gone as we prepare to welcome 2015. If you are an assiduous reader of   MGI’s newsletters, you might recall that on December 2013 I brought you a look into our past, showing     the best moments of the previous 12 months; this time I want to reverse the trend by giving you a peek    into our future:
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Its name is Lithic Dragonfly and it represents MGI’s next collaboration with DICAR (Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture) and Prof. Fallacara of the “Politecnico di Bari”; as we did for our first work together, this project will be presented at the Marmomacc in Verona, which, by the way, will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2015. We are still in the early developing stages but the video below can give you a good hint on what we are trying to achieve (updates will follow as we get closer to September):
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That said, there is nothing left for me to do but wish you happy holidays and a fabulous new year.
Best regards,
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