The Overlooked Architectural Beauty of Italy's Courtrooms
on 11 May 2016
Courtrooms aren’t typically places people voluntarily seek out, but they're often spaces of architectural splendor. This is especially true for many of Northern Italy’s courtrooms, which were recently photographed by Luca Sironi for his series titled “Fragments of Justice.” He ventured throughout his home country to capture the legal chambers while they were vacant and quiet—filled only by natural light. The resulting images depict the subtle beauty of the rooms that often carry immense emotional weight. See the photos at Fast Company.