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NABA is glad to announce that Limonta, the industrial group operating in the sectors of weaving, textile finishing, coating, and resin coating, awarded two best projects as the best proposals created within the workshop dedicated to the exhibit design for the Limonta Museum/Archive.

The projects presented were conceived during the second year of the BA in Interior Design’s course in Exhibit design, under the guidance of designer and NABA lecturer Paolo Giacomazzi, based on the brief that involved them, through the analysis of the company, its history, and production line towards the Limonta corporate Museum/Archive project. At the same time, the brief focused on the trend followed by a growing number of "historical" companies that decide to show their biography and production through a museum that certifies their heritage and high-quality standards, and scientifically preserves their archives. 

Congratulations to the two teams of students awarded ex aequo: Giuliana Aversente, Marta Bottesi, and Francesca D’Aprile’s design is based on telling the story of the company, from its beginnings to today, retracing the years that have characterized it. Through the three different macro-areas, the visitor will be introduced into the vast world of Limonta, having the possibility not only to discover the production processes but also to touch a wide variety of fabrics, in an itinerary surrounded by the presence of its archives.

Martina Alzazzi del Frate and Giorgia Basso’s project articulates the museum space is in a totally open area, where many micro-architectures of different sizes and shapes stand out. The area, within which the visitor can choose the path he prefers during his visit, wants to recall the concept of freedom of composition, a value also proposed by Limonta.