Piazza del Comune,  Cremona    IAT Office (Permanent Exhibition)  Specifically designed strength and durability to suit tactile perception by blind people; details were all carved from solid plates of hard timber.
       
     
  Domus Romano Gallica   Gallo Romeins Museum , Tongeren - Belgium  Walnut and lime wood model, designed for tactile perception by the blind. On permanent exhibition at the Gallo Romeins Museum in Tongeren, Belgium. 2011 (European) Museum of the Year.
       
     
  Mole Antonelliana – Turin   Museo Nazionale del Cinema,  Torino  (Permanent Exhibition)  Hard timber model, specifically designed to suit tactile perception by blind people: various surface textures represent the different materials in the real building.
       
     
  Palazzo Carignano – Torino  Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento Italiano  Wood model of the Palazzo Carignano in Turin. The model has been specifically designed to suit tactile perception by blind people. Special care was placed to ensure strength and durability of the model: details were all carved from solid plates of hard timber: Walnut, Lime and Italian Cherry. The model is on permanent exhibition at the Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento Italiano, Palazzo Carignano, Turin.
       
     
  Castello di Fénis – Valle d’Aosta   Museo del Castello , Milano (Permanent Exhibition)  Three smaller models, specifically designed for blind people, join the main walnut and lime wood model, which offers a higher amount of detail.   
       
     
  Piazza del Comune,  Cremona    IAT Office (Permanent Exhibition)  Specifically designed strength and durability to suit tactile perception by blind people; details were all carved from solid plates of hard timber.
       
     

Piazza del Comune, Cremona
IAT Office (Permanent Exhibition)

Specifically designed strength and durability to suit tactile perception by blind people; details were all carved from solid plates of hard timber.

  Domus Romano Gallica   Gallo Romeins Museum , Tongeren - Belgium  Walnut and lime wood model, designed for tactile perception by the blind. On permanent exhibition at the Gallo Romeins Museum in Tongeren, Belgium. 2011 (European) Museum of the Year.
       
     

Domus Romano Gallica
Gallo Romeins Museum, Tongeren - Belgium

Walnut and lime wood model, designed for tactile perception by the blind. On permanent exhibition at the Gallo Romeins Museum in Tongeren, Belgium. 2011 (European) Museum of the Year.

  Mole Antonelliana – Turin   Museo Nazionale del Cinema,  Torino  (Permanent Exhibition)  Hard timber model, specifically designed to suit tactile perception by blind people: various surface textures represent the different materials in the real building.
       
     

Mole Antonelliana – Turin
Museo Nazionale del Cinema, Torino  (Permanent Exhibition)

Hard timber model, specifically designed to suit tactile perception by blind people: various surface textures represent the different materials in the real building.

  Palazzo Carignano – Torino  Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento Italiano  Wood model of the Palazzo Carignano in Turin. The model has been specifically designed to suit tactile perception by blind people. Special care was placed to ensure strength and durability of the model: details were all carved from solid plates of hard timber: Walnut, Lime and Italian Cherry. The model is on permanent exhibition at the Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento Italiano, Palazzo Carignano, Turin.
       
     

Palazzo Carignano – Torino
Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento Italiano

Wood model of the Palazzo Carignano in Turin. The model has been specifically designed to suit tactile perception by blind people. Special care was placed to ensure strength and durability of the model: details were all carved from solid plates of hard timber: Walnut, Lime and Italian Cherry. The model is on permanent exhibition at the Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento Italiano, Palazzo Carignano, Turin.

  Castello di Fénis – Valle d’Aosta   Museo del Castello , Milano (Permanent Exhibition)  Three smaller models, specifically designed for blind people, join the main walnut and lime wood model, which offers a higher amount of detail.   
       
     

Castello di Fénis – Valle d’Aosta
Museo del Castello, Milano (Permanent Exhibition)

Three smaller models, specifically designed for blind people, join the main walnut and lime wood model, which offers a higher amount of detail.