(ANSA) – TURIN, 03 DEC – The Mezzanotte apartment, located on the ground floor of Palazzo Carignano in Turin, will be reopened to the public and the museum tour will be extended. This is the aim of the tender published by Invitalia on behalf of the Piedmont Regional Museum Directorate.
The contract provides for the assignment of definitive and executive design services, construction management and safety coordination in the design and execution phase as well as the services of design and implementation of the multimedia museum set-up project.
Built by the will of Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia-Carignano, based on a project by the Theatine father Guarino Guarini, the one in Carignano is one of the most evocative and imposing palaces of the Italian seventeenth century and houses the National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento. The recovery and redevelopment of part of this building will make it possible to reconstruct the identity of Palazzo Carignano, making it a cultural hub for the Savoy residences in the area and promoting knowledge of the historical, artistic and environmental heritage of the Italian Risorgimento.
The starting price of the auction is over 515 thousand euros and concerns the design of works and multimedia museum installations for a value of 2.85 million euros. There is time until December 22, 2021 to submit bids.
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