New wing of the Royal Palace, Turin (Italy)

The restoration of the Royal Palace new wing of Turin (Manica Nuova) brought to the creation of a 6,855-m2 exhibition area now hosting artworks from the “Sabauda” Gallery, which represents an important move to increase the value of the Royal Museums complex. The project enabled to create different entrances for visitors and staff and made visitors’ access to the exhibition areas easier.

Client

Soprintendenza per il Patrimonio Artistico del Piemonte

Period

2003 – 2012

Amount

€ 31.900.000

Project

arch. Marco Albini, OBR – Open Building Research Architetti Associati, Studio Rick Mather Architects Ltd, Aubry & Guiguet Programmation scpa, D’Appolonia S.p.A., Manens Intertecnica