Italian company Carlo Ratti Associati has envisioned a truly spectacular design for the MAE Museum building set to be located in the city of Piacenza in northern Italy, making considerable use of carbon fiber.
Created as part of a partnership with celebrated architect Italo Rota, the MAE Museum building is being situated in a warehouse building, and will feature a totally brand new and reinvented interior that will feature predominant use of carbon fiber.
Claimed to host the world's most significant collection of acrylic fiber technology, the MAE Museum building will be designed so that guests will be exposed to the way acrylic fiber is processed into carbon fiber as they peruse the museum's holdings.
Innovative in aesthetic and vision, the MAE Museum building is poised to make a name for itself as one of the world's foremost exponents of carbon fiber architecture and design.
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