cabin rocky beach

abin rocky beach-EDOARDO GOBATTONI
This is a cabin in the rocky beach of Apulia in Santa Maria di Leuca, which was used in the early years of the last century by wealthy families. Are commonly called “bagnarole” and buildings are typical only of this place. The owners of the wonderful nineteenth century villas, were built on the nearby rocks these bagnarole, who were of the dressing masonry that hid inside a tub carved into the rock and connected directly to the sea. The bagnarole served not only to swim away from prying eyes, but also to protect from exposure to sunlight. During the Belle Epoque, in fact, no one was willing to expose themselves to the sun because they wanted to keep it even in summer the winter pale complexion, since the tan was considered inelegant. Every family, owner of the villa, generally had his bagnarola stone or wood. That stone which could be circular or hexagonal, reproducing the architectural style and the colors of the villa belonging. That wood had various forms, but generally square or rectangular.

White No 1 artwork Athena

White No 1 artwork Athena-EDOARDO GOBATTONI
White No 1 artwork Athena. This work is part of a large project that combines design research in various figurative arts including painting, photography and design of clothes and objects where the representative unit is the color type. Art Director Giovanna Maria Monti Model Francesca Photographer Edoardo Gobattoni https://edoardogobattoni.net/

The double helix staircase

The double helix staircase
The double helix staircase shown in this photo is in use in the Vatican Museum for visitors to exit the museum and was designed by Giuseppe Momo in 1932, inspired by the revolutionary spiral staircase designed by Donato Bramante in 1512 for Pope Julius II to connect the Belvedere Palace of Innocent VIII to the city.

White No. 1, artwork Arabesque

960-White No. 1, artwork Arabesque

This work is part of a large project that combines design research in various figurative arts including painting, photography and design of clothes and objects where the representative unit is the color type.

Art Director Giovanna Maria Monti
Model Francesca
Photographer Edoardo Gobattoni https://edoardogobattoni.net/

Gran Zebrù

Gran Zebrù - EDOARDO GOBATTONI
The Königspitze (Italian: Gran Zebrù; German: Königspitze) is a mountain in the Ortler Alps on the border between South Tyrol and the Province of Sondrio, Italy. It is the second highest peak in the Ortler Alps, at 3,859 meters, following Ortler.The mountain was first climbed on August 3, 1864.The mountain can be dangerous in warm weather, when the snow and ice can become unstable. The worst day for climbing fatalities occurred on August 5, 1997, when seven were killed in two separate accidents. On June 23, 2013, six were killed, also in two separate accidents. The top of the mountain Königsspitze is second from the left covered by clouds. I made this panoramic photo by merging three single shots.