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After researching and studying on how to attach the natural material on the metal frame, I finally have decided on what look will I go. I’ve decided to go with this method since it’s easier and practical for the skilled workers to work on. This method also looks clean and modern. Just how I wanted to look like.
I’m almost done with my 3D model. After I finish it, I’m planning on having it 3D printed here in Florence. I asked my teacher where I can have it 3D printed, and he recommended me places that I can visit. Hopefully I can have it printed on Monday so that I will have the scaled model soon.
On our art stage today, we went to Montelupo Fiorentino. This small town is known for the art of ceramics. We toured around the Ceramics Museum and learned about its history. We also went to the site, where the ceramics displayed in the museum, were found. Since we still have time left before the train arrives back to Florence, we decided to explore around Montelupo. Even though Montelupo is really small, you can really find interesting things around.
Over the weekend, I decided to do some school work outside my place. I went to this small bookshop near Santa Trinita Bridge, called Todo Modo. Aside from being a bookshop, they also serve coffee, food, and wine. You can also read some books there while you’re there.
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Monday had a drawing lesson in the morning.…
Language: Reporter: Holly Sophia Julia CUNLIFFE
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