Vatican City

Inside the Vatican Museums, an extraordinarily delicate operation was carried out to preserve one of the museum’s most famous masterworks: “The Transfiguration.”
Raphael’s final work, it was painted between 1518 and the master’s death in 1520. It was finished in 1522 by Giulio Romano.
This project required meticulous monitoring of dust, relative humidity, light levels and air stratification, using a precise and innovative BMS system.
Dozens of technicians were needed to complete the project, which included – for the first time in the sector – the use of a supercomputer to run a perfect simulation of the environmental conditions they had to work with.

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