Dario Guerini, restorer, was born in Brescia (Italy) in 1980. He graduated at Enhancement Cultural Heritage School of Brescia (Italy) in 2005 with a dissertation on “Conservation of an ancient mosaic from an experience at the Sagalassos’ archaeological site in Turkey”. He graduated at University of Ferrara (Italy) in 2010 in Cultural Heritage Tecnology with a dissertation on “Architectural restoration of the spire of the bell tower in Cathedral of Parma (Italy)”.
Since 2006 he’s indipendent professional and he worked on several Cultural Heritage in Italy acquiring different techniques of conservation on major building materials (stone, brick, plaster and fresco). He gained work experiences in archeological restoration in Herculaneum (Italy) and Bulla Regia (Tunisia). Since 2016 he worked in Multan at the Haram Gate, teaching and demonstrating techniques restoration to local workers.
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