From the photographic study of majolica and concrete floors, which spread both in private buildings and in churches between the eighteenth century. and the nineteenth, "The majolica" was born, a line of jewelry that tells Palermo and Sicily through its architecture.
The reproduction of the majolica is achieved through direct printing on kapa, an ultra-light synthetic material, characterized by its great rigidity and resistance. Each tile is cut, glazed and vitrified by hand
Cristina Ferrara, Degree in architecture, master in "Photographic representation of architecture and the environment", conducts research on the city and the contemporary landscape. Her works have been exhibited in various cities and published in trade magazines.