The route passes through the exhibition rooms with a particular concern not only for the exhibits but also the “container” (building, rooms, vitrines) and the display equipment. In each of the rooms, there is a focus on some technical solutions for preserving objects and their archaeological and/or thematic context.
In the course of the workshop, the technical information needed to set up a virtual museum room is provided, supported by examples supplied by the operators. This design practice enables the students to combine their own creativity with knowledge and the ability to develop ideas in an architectural space. The choices can be made on the basis of a theme, a typological affinity or a narrative path, while respecting the dimensions and weight of each exhibit.
The experience will continue in the classroom. The students will receive photographs and fact sheets of the exhibits in the Museum, plans and elevations of the display cabinets and the floor plan of a room, so that they can complete the design. They will be asked to complete the set up by means of the graphic-educational apparatus. Their teacher will be responsible for assessing their work.