M9 is a newly conceived ethnographic museum of contemporary history - a media museum - with immersive and experiential applied high technology, as well as a cultural hub for the benefit of citizens and a space for the development of outstanding productions.
The museum recounts the last century of Italy's history through a multimedia itinerary with multiple narrative levels on two floors, encouraging visitors to engage in dialogue and action.
CamuffoLab has designed the graphic layout for the M9 Museum, inserting analogue wall illustrations inside the large “Black Box” project by the Sauerbruch Hutton studio, which represents the most significant icons of 20th century Italian culture. The main figures of the illustration project have been defined thanks to a research carried out with a team of specialist historians to facilitate the understanding and use of the digital installations.
Client: M9 Foundation
Architectural project: Sauerbruch Hutton
Exhibition design: grisdainese
Multimedia design: Carraro Lab / Clonwerk / Dotdotdot / Karmachina / Nema FX
Photos: Alessandra Chemollo / Ginevra Formentini
Team: Veronica Martini / Leonardo Signori / Enrico Zampieri