Architect & Scenographer, François Confino was selected to create the national cinema museum for Turin’s Maria Adriana Prolo Foundation. After two years of studies and works lasting several months in the emblematic Mole Antoneliana, this several thousand square metre project led to the construction of the largest museum in Europe on the film industry.

Five floors and thousands of square metres reveal the Foundation’s invaluable collection on the pre-cinema era, along with film archives, posters and lots of props and photographs on show in the wildest, expressionistic décors concocted by the Architect and his team.

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Museo Nazionale del Cinema - Torino

Location: Molle Antonelliana, Torino, Italy
Date: 2000
Area: 3,200 m²
Project management: Museo Nazionale del Cinema
Position: Scenographer, museum design project manager
Mandatary: François Confino

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