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Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia, galleria Leonardo da Vinci

A spectacular digital scenography to showcase Leonardo da Vinci's technical drawings and executive models.


Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia,
galleria Leonardo da Vinci


Milan, Italiy




December 2019


Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci

Surface m²

1.400 m2

Scenographic cost € HT

2.800.000 €

Scope of work

Technical management Lighting desig Audiovisual and multimedia engineering. Show control CFO/CFA


Scenography : Alphabeth
Scenographical architecture : LLTT
Set Builder : La Bodino
Lighting integration : Euphon
Curator : Claudio Giorgione

Photographs: © Museo della Sienza e della Tecnologia

Ultimate audiovisuals in networks, mappings and immersive installations enhence the machine’s drawings of the last period of Leonardo Da Vinci's activity 

The machines designed by the artist and reproduced in 1953, his personal notebooks, old volumes, paintings and showcases are highlighted by a dedicated lighting. All the aerial lighting is made up of a fleet of 600 Parscan projectors sponsored by Erco.
This park is completed by 340 museographic 21W Profiles on tracks. Design and manufacture of custom lighting. The showcases are treated by mini projectors on rails 24V. Each source is individually dimmable. 

Three video mappings including one that integrates and a 360° projection completed by a ground projection are part .
Implementation of more than 100 monitors, touch screens, various sensors and video projectors. Synchronization of various images, sound and light sequences. Hologram systems for an  optical theater type and the Musion film type. All this equipment is controlled and monitored by networks.

The Leonardo da Vinci section of the Science Museum in Torino needed an update of the scenography dating from 1953.
In a theatrical setting, a journey through the art of war, work and production, flight, waterways and architecture that ends with a perspective on the influence of Leonardo Da Vinci on the painting of the Lombard Renaissance.

170 historical models, works of art, ancient volumes and installations give life to the narrative of the exhibition.