Poltrona Frau has opened a new 1400 mq museum in Tolentino, central Italy, to exhibit the company’s iconic pieces.
The publicity material has a nice sketch of the building.
It is designed by Michele de Lucchi to showcase the “Intelligenza delle mani” – the intelligence of the hands.
Tolentino has a new space. Alive and open. Which goes beyond the traditional museum concept, weaving together different stories and telling about the company’s first 100 years. The Poltrona Frau Museum, designed by Michele De Lucchi, is a rigorous industrial architecture created inside the Poltrona Frau facility. On display is a collection of furniture, drawings, images and materials never before displayed to the public. An area of 1400 m2 of design and “l’intelligenza delle mani” – ‘the intelligence in our hands’.