Today Goppion is finally able to list a prestigious Turkish museum among its accomplishments. The Milan-based company helped complete the restoration of the Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum (Türk ve Ýslam Eserleri Müzesi).
The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York reopened to the public on December 12, having undergone a complete renovation of its landmarked building and a reconceptualization of the display of its important collections of historic and contemporary design.
Among the numerous treasures protected by Goppion display cases, now there’s the splendid vitrine, which is the centerpiece of the show Modern Opulence in Vienna. The Wittgenstein Vitrine, which was inaugurated last month at the Dallas Museum of Art (from Nov. 15, 2014 to Oct. 18,(…)
The countdown is on for the opening of the Musée des Confluences in Lyon.
The Harvard Art Museums reopened to the public on November 16 after a transformative renovation and expansion designed by the
As part of the rich program of initiatives realized by the Special Office of Archeological Heritage for Rome to mark the anniversary of the death of Augustus 2,000 years ago, one project that stands out, in collaboration with Electa, is the new exhibition at the Palatine Museum. It was(…)
Goppion is pleased to announce its participation in the 17th triennial ICOM-CC Conference in
Rome mayor Ignazio Marino will make a presentation to the press on July 1 to present the new display for the Saint George banner at the Musei Capitolini.
Putting an emphasis on “loyalty to work.” This is the objective of the Milano Produttiva award that the Chamber of Commerce gives yearly to companies that distinguish themselves as being committed to business and professional ethics as they operate on the economy and in(…)
Founded in the 19th century by French industrialist Jean-Baptiste André Godin (who also invented the famous cast iron stove), this public housing community with its various buildings was at one time meant to house factory workers and their families.
Today the museum dedicated to Pierre Soulages opens in Rodez, the artist’s birthplace. “The greatest living French painter” as he’s been defined in France and abroad. The great master of abstractionism.
Goppion will add its contribution to the 14th International Architecture Exhibition called Fundamentals, organized by the Venice Biennial chaired by Paolo Baratta (June 5, 6 and 7, 2014)
The Cathedral of Troyes has renewed the display of its rich treasures with more than 260 varied works that date from between the 9th and the 19th centuries.
Goppion would like to congratulate Trento’s MUSE museum for having won the prestigious European Museum Academy – the Luigi Micheletti Award 2014.
From May 19 – 21, 2014 Alessandro Goppion and his US team, including Katrina Smith, Ted Paschkis and Jonathan Evans will be greeting clients, future clients, friends and visitors to its newly conceived display (Booth 1117) at AAM’s Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo in(…)
On Saturday April 12, the Museo di Palazzo Pretorio in Prato reopens after almost 20 years
The new design is by architects Adolfo Natalini, Piero Guicciardini and Marco Magni who have done a great job interpreting the quality and flexibility requested by the city. They have(…)
The Colosseum will host the exhibition “La Biblioteca Infinita. I luoghi del sapere nel mondo antico.” (The Infinite Library. Places of knowledge in the ancient world.) from March 14 to Oct. 15, organized as a collaboration between Italy’s Archeological Department and(…)
Goppion will have a stand at the XX edition of SIME-SITEM – Salon International del Musées et des lieux de culture: équipement et valorisation – International Trade Show for Museums and Cultural. This international show dedicated to museum(…)
The Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo, which was reopened in 2010 after a costly and radical restoration of its architecture and layout, was seriously damaged in a car-bomb attack. The museum features one of the richest collections of Islamic art in the world.
In the last decade, the increasing sensibility toward preventative conservation of a museum’s cultural heritage has led to the manufacture of display cases with the highest levels of airtightness. This has inevitably led to the focus (...)