PLANIUM for Megalithic Area Museum

PLANIUM for Megalithic Area Museum

Located on the western outskirts of Aosta, the archaeological area next to the ancient church of Saint-Martin-de-Corléans from which it takes its name, was discovered in June 1969. On a surface that covers about one hectare there is one of the most interesting European archaeological sites

The cultural journey is divided into six sections. These, distinguished by the background colors of the walls, that vary almost imperceptibly, have our Planium floor, PL01 INVISIBLE system, laid completely dry over a surface of over 1,000 square meters, with a CALAMINE finish, in 600x600 mm slabs. Calamine, with its dark and deep tones, completes and enhances the exhibition scenario. In the subsoil a grand environment opens up: the overall view is emotional, modulated by the lighting, that gradually changes with reference to the different hours of the day. Crossing the dimension of time, the light tones color the atmosphere, that surrounds the precious archaeological finds.


Project: Arch. M. Venegoni e R. Perinetti

Construction Supervision: Copaco Srl

Thursday, May 16, 2019 - 15:54

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