“Work with your hands and reach the sky”
The Kastorians have honoured and worked with their hands. The “proto-tool ” of their being. With rhythm, metre and tempo, they aimed to create perfection and beauty. And they continue to do so.
Fur has been their “sacred material”.
As the brick is to the builder, the wood to the carpenter, the ink to the scribe.
The house was their workshop. They worked the fur in the master room sawing the pieces together by hand…
…with the same high aesthetics and attention to detail expressed in their divine architecture
They have praised this ‘sacred material’. Every stitch they made, created a masterpieces with skill and love. Each house was their chapel and in the master workshops, the young were trained to create marvels. To the present day, like the Divine Byzantine architecture, fur has its sacred place in this city.