I recently spent some sunny days in Turin, a surprisingly diverse city in northern Italy, where I discovered something most visitors simply run past: the beautiful doors. Whether in the palace, government buildings, or at private homes, I was quickly reminded of the picturesque doors of Rome: heavy, wooden and colorful. True true storytellers of bygone centuries – finally, most have survived times of war, diseases and poverty.
While wandering through the narrow alleyways and huge boulevards of Turin, I was able to portrait some of the most remarkable doors of the city. Come in!