ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE REOPENS AFTER INTENSIVE RENOVATION AND REQUALIFICATION WORK
Closed to the public since June 2019, NARC now reopens with a new museological experience, conceived by the specialists in museographic and scenography from ATELIER BRÜCKNER, Stuttgart, one of the world’s most prestigious scenographic architecture atelier nowadays.
“This exceptional renewal of NARC investment is part of Millennium bcp’s permanent concern to value the historical and cultural heritage as an essential factor for the development of Portugal”, says António Monteiro, President of the Millennium bcp Foundation.
“NARC is an unusual place where the traditional presentation of time disappears: the past and present experience are connected to each other. 2,500 years of history and vestiges of a city that has been filled with life uninterruptedly become an immersive experience”, says Shirin Brückner, Managing Director of Atelier Brückner.
“The objective of this intervention is to enable a new concept of visit to the archaeological site, supported in a differentiating expository narrative and using several technological solutions, in an immersive and engaging experience on the history of Lisbon. We believe this is an excellent way of transmitting knowledge and new contents for wider audiences”, says Miguel Oliveira, CEO of EDIGMA, the company responsible for coordinating the project.
Photos: ©Atelier-Brueckner GMGH – Giovanni Emilio Galanello