San.Co and the M9 museum project in Mestre (Venice) on the magazine IoArch

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San.Co è uno dei fornitori principali per la realizzazione degli interni del museo M9 di Mestre. Su IoArch a pagina 68 l’articolo completo sul progetto.

The museum project Mestre M9, also known as the museum of the 900s, opened on 1 December: one of the most anticipated moments of 2018 in the world of Italian architecture and culture.

A highly anticipated project because, in addition to being a highly technological and interactive museum, it has been designed according to the most rigorous and modern environmental and energy efficiency standards. A museum designed to bring its spaces to life in multiple ways and make them accessible to citizens with minimal impact on the environment.

It is precisely for these rigorous standards of design and construction that the company that built the M9 museum in Mestre turned to San.Co for most of the wood supplies of the interior spaces (reception desks, shelves, false ceilings and woodwork), as well as for the workaholic of the company: fire resistant wooden doors.

A work, that of M9, which, for San.Co, has developed over time and is part of tailor-made projects (linkare pagina custom made), symbol of the technological evolution of the company.

An innovative project, realized with materials and construction techniques highly ecological and last generation.

Specifically, San.Co supplied and installed  LZ58.60.39  - Isofire L120 - Isofire LM 58.60 - Isofire LZ V&V EI60.In addition, the woodwork, the false ceilings, the locker room furniture and bookstore were provided at the reception desks. All this as a result of the project following the common denominator desired by the designers or the use of the baubuche.

All the supplies have been certified for class B fire resistance, s2-d0 and for fire resistance according to EN 1634-1.

On IoArch you will find the full article.