Restoration of the Museum of Modern Art of Palazzo Forti, of medieval structure, has undergone three major interventions over time.
From a residential building, with representative rooms, libraries, gardens, courtyards, services, etc., it has been transformed into a Museum and Gallery of Modern Art that occupies part of the block of Roman origin.
The reconstruction of the internal courtyard was made with local stone composed of mosaics including the restoration of the fountains and statues in the gardens.
The facades have been restored through the cleaning of existing local stones and the integration of the missing ones by a highly skilled and specialized workforce. Another important aspect is the realization of Venetian floors with restoration and integration of the missing parts.
– Construction of temalic systems, internal and external road electrical systems, and complete thermomechanical plants with relative thermal power stations and electrical energy transformer stations
– All electrical, anti-intrusion, fire-prevention and air-conditioning systems have been designed to be managed and controlled by supervision and remote management systems using hardware and software
– Creation of lighting system with remote control electronic systems and remote control with related data transmission systems made with optical fiber; Photometric, radiometric and colorimetric measurement for interiors and exteriors as well as control for the protection of visual hygiene
– 1.000 MQ of restoration of stone material
– 1.000 MQ of restoration of Venetian floors
– 500 MQ of new Venetian floors
– 500 MQ of restoration of ancient walls
– 250 MQ of restoration of cleaning of tufa surfaces
– 150 MQ of restoration of the tombstones of the Fanedio
– labor force employed on average about 50 workers assigned to the various tasks