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ECOFIM Uffici via Flaminia



This museum, located in the mediaeval village of Quinson in Haute Provence, preserves and illustrates the rich traces of Stone Age life uncovered within the exceptional archaeological site of the nearby Gorges du Verdon. The architecture of Quinson is characterised by traditional stone buildings and drystone walls and the new building responds to this context by combining modern construction techniques with local materials used in their simplest, most expressive form.


Appointment: 1992
Completion: 2001

Client: Conseil General des Alpes-de-Haute-Provence

Collaborating Architect: Olivier Sabran

Structural Engineer: SEV Ingénierie


Quantity Surveyor: Davis Langdon & Everest
M+E Engineer: SEV Ingénierie
Landscape Architect: Desvigne & Dalnoky
Lighting Engineer: Claude Engle

Additional Consultants: Bruno Chiambretto, Exhibition Designer