The interview was with Rome architect Nathalie Grenon, who works and designs with her husband, Piero Sartogo, through their Rome architectural studio - Sartogo Architetti Associati. You can read The American/in Italia and the interview - titled "Sacred and Profane" - through this link: http://www.theamericanmag.com/article.php?article=4017&p=full
|Grenon with the cross she designed|
- the only contemporary cross
sold in the Vatican Bookstore.
We must admit to be homeys a bit here. Several of our friends write for The American/in Italia. So of course we also recommend U.S. lawyer and Rome resident Don Carroll's monthly column on the law in Italy (compared, often, to the U.S.), "Closing Argument," and international economist (and also Rome resident) Vittorio Jucker's column on economic issues. Here's one of Don's, with the intriguing title, The Lamborghini, II. And one of Vittorio's on the Costs of War.
And, we add, all in English.
Happy Reading - or, as the Italians would say, "buon leggere!"