The “Vulcani” (“Volcanoes”) exhibition, for which we created an ad hoc lighting project, opened at the Milan Museum of Natural History on 16 March and is set to run until 11 September 2016.

The initiative is part of “Back to the Future” (“Ritorni al futuro”), an extensive programme of cultural events put together by the Commune of Milan for Spring 2016. The varied programme comprises exhibitions and concerts, theatre productions, cinema shows and talks.

The exhibition is the most comprehensive ever produced on this topic, both in terms of the richness of materials and the use of cutting-edge technology. Spectacular images, films, computer reconstructions, holograms, mapping and augmented reality, along with an outstanding collection of samples of rocks, minerals and meteorites, are used to examine the types of eruption and the products generated during effusive and explosive eruption.

Visitors to the exhibition will discover and understand the secrets of planet Earth, its internal structure and the geodynamic processes which lead to the birth of volcanoes. Thanks to the many images provided by NASA and other prestigious institutions and advanced processing technology, visitors can enjoy a 360 degree immersion in the world of volcanoes.

Reggiani provided the overall exhibition lighting and also took care of the illumination of specific objects. The chosen solutions were Ione and two versions of Varios, the ideal choice to enhance both small spaces and larger environments.

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