After four years of work, the new Lodève Museum opens its doors with an unprecedented project in the varied universe of museums. Known for its national exhibitions, the Musée de Lodève also offers a 540 million year journey through its permanent collections.
Housed in the Hôtel du Cardinal de Fleury, an elegant 17th and 18th century building in the heart of a small Mediterranean town, the Musée de Lodève was founded in 1957 to gather rich collections in Earth Sciences and Archeology, collected on the territory. Added to this in 1972 is the staircase of the sculptor Paul Dardé, nicknamed in his lifetime “the second Rodin”.
Location : Lodève (34)
Client : Atelier Projectiles
Surface : 4 100m²
Budget : 964 513€ excluding VAT