Bottini dell’Olio and Luogo Pio, Livorno

Bottini dell’Olio and Luogo Pio, Livorno, Italy
2008 – 2015
Client: Comune di Livorno
Exhibition Designers: Guicciardini & Magni Architetti
Lighting Designer: Arch. Massimo Iarussi
Electrical Engineer: Ing. Gianmario Magnifico
Electrical Contractor: I.T.E.C.I. Impianti Srl
Photographs by: Mario Ciampi

Located in Livorno, the Bottini dell’Olio facility was built in the 17th century for the purpose of storing the olive oil that came from maritime trade.
The building, including the Luogo Pio little church, was recently renovated and transformed into a cultural space that hosts the Museum of the City and The Labronica Library.
The lighting layout in the exhibition rooms of the Museum of the City is based on a multi-purpose canalization system, designed to conceal the electrical system and to integrate both linear translucent surface mounted luminaires and a track for spotlights.