Restoration and a new set-up for the Museum of Anthropology
Area 1.620 mq
ClientPrivati, Università degli Studi di Firenze
Location Firenze, Italia
Collaborations: Aldo Colonetti e Moreno Ferrari
The seventeenth-century Palace named “Non Finito” (trad. “not finished”) is so called because some facades of the internal courtyard remained in brick without plaster. The building hosts the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnology since the beginning of the twentieth century.
The project signed by Studio Lauria defined the criteria for the building restoration with the necessary systems implementations. More, it provides the new set-up diagram of the museum spaces and the design of some places for temporary exhibitions.