Sustainable Museums and Inclusive Cultural Spaces


In the cultural sector, sustainable architecture takes different forms: the creation of new environmentally friendly structures, the revitalization of abandoned spaces, targeted renovations using eco-friendly materials, optimization of natural lighting, and the implementation of advanced technological systems.

Sometimes the original purpose of buildings is changed, while in other cases, they are revitalized through redevelopment processes: former industrial areas are transformed into eco-friendly museums, ageing production complexes are refurbished and reintegrated into the community, now more efficient and environmentally friendly.

In all cases, whether renovation or new construction, the underlying idea is to create functional structures dedicated to longevity, gathering, and socialization.



Former educational foundry


Museum educational laboratory

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