From the blog, Vandore Planning:

Since 1997, Turin has been mobilizing regional, national and European funds to regenerate declining industrial areas of the city.

And this:

We saw a wonderful modernist church, the Chiesa del Santo Volto, on the site of the old Bogaro steel mills. Architect Mario Botta preserved a heavy industrial feel for the chunky building which many found ugly on the outside (I kinda liked it), and saved a chimney from the steel mill (the tower with swirly things around the outside). The interior is all light and grace – and emblazoned on the wall behind the pulpit, the Turin Shroud.

Blog link: Vandore Planning: Regenerating the Turin Shroud – and other stories