Many are the reasons why the MUSE, the wonderful Science Museum of Trento designed by Renzo Piano, deserves a visit. But now there is one more!
Opened in 2014, the museum – with an outline that following the intentions of the famous architect recalls the jagged profile of the mountains of South Tyrol – is one of the most visited in Italy.
In addition to the extremely wide botanic, zoological and mineral collections, the Museum contains the reconstructions of some natural environments, which give visitors the possibility of diving into a wonderful multi-sensory experience.
From a few weeks, the large and bright bookshop has been showcasing the range of environmentally friendly stationery designed and made by Arbos. Arbos has succeeded in elegantly combining recycled paper, straw paper and recycled leather with Renzo Piano’s sketches showing the conception stages of the building.
All this has resulted in extremely appealing pads, copybooks, notebooks: objects that will remind all the lovers of writing and drawing their emotional visit to the MUSE.
A great reason of pride for Arbos were the words that the MUSE asked to be printed on each item:
“By choosing Arbos, MUSE underlines its commitment for the safeguard of nature and the environment”