The economic and financial crisis, which is spreading beyond national borders, and the distance, the emptiness, that politics has developed between itself and the civil society, have shattered the dreams and hopes, the present and the future of millions of people and families.
Today more than ever we need to build a new conceptual paradigm on which to think and realize a “new reality.” We get out there with a proactive spirit, to demonstrate and advance to institutions new growth models within the area.
In this cultural swamp, dominated by the hegemony of the shopping malls,
where people sell their time, drowning their emotions in a Big-Mac, we think it is now time to let the world know the taste of our philosophy.
Our vision of the future is a scenario in which the social, economic and cultural center is based on a rapprochement to the earth, its fruits and its values, thinking back to a different conception of life and work, in which is given more room for the “simple things”, in direct contact with nature and the enhancement of local resources.
Nido di Seta is a group of young people of Calabria who decided to take a very specific challenge, to come back and stay in Calabria .
Our keywords are the protection of the environment and landscape, local growth and sustainable development. We intend to start from the ground, our ground, exploiting the resources that it offers us.
Resuming the ancient chain of the silk and mulberry growing as our main business, we build day by day a melting pot of handicraft, cultural moments , artistic and culinary , making our home a pole of attraction for tourism nationally and internationally .
It is not our intention to make rhetoric, what we say and what we do , is done with a sense of belonging, but also professionalism and desire to grow.
A great passion for foreign languages and a great love of nature. Specialized in tourism and foreign correspondences, having lived until the age of 23 years in northern Italy, traveling over Europe, she decides to return to her homeland, Calabria. She says she does not want to live in places where you no longer see the sky.
Her tools are: a brush, colors, two hands and a lot of creativity. A person dedicated to the art, to smile and to simplicity. She holds a diploma from the Institute of Arts of Squillace, the pottery town, in the heart of Magnae Graecia. She has always lived in her village up the hills, San Floro, a few steps from Catanzaro.
A graduate from the Faculty of Sociology, “Federico II” of Naples, a special focus on the sociology of consumption and a thesis focused on the shoes as a means of social distinction (from Nanni Moretti to Bourdieu). He has had different experiences, from agriculture, Silk and Mulberry growing, up to the profession of photographer.