Flexible cardboard covered notebook with graphic transposition of architect Giò Ponti geometric engraved motif found along the benches of the Academic Senate in the Aula Magna. Cover printed on Fedrigoni Sirio raspberry coloured paper with white geometric pattern. Made from recycled paper sourced from certified forests. Beginning page includes a short story about the history of our University and the firsts of its many achievements. Bound with a Singer stitched finish in white thread. Cover weight 290g, paper 100g.
For those who love a bit of design, even on everyday objects.
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