On the ground floor, after having followed in a model workshop the elaboration of a stained-glass window and the setting in lead, you could examine a series of small-format stained-glass windows and their fine details of execution.
The first floor was a huge, single room, where you could feel the grandiose impression of twelve large 1.30m windows.
Slightly set back were three cement-set windows of the same scale.
The light came from the north, calm and without any annoying shocks; the glass masters had wanted to evoke in your eyes the peaceful variety offered by the naves of our cathedrals.
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