IMAGES. Housed in a former sugar factory at Saint-Leu on Reunion island, the museum Stella Matutina reopened in June 2015 after four years of major restructuring. Two strong ideas have facilitated the Workshop Architects : in search of the plant as the primary purpose of collection and to put man at the heart of the museum.
Historical Collections, narratives on slavery and the discovery of the evolution of techniques sugar on nearly 200 years… here is what visitors can see at the Musée Stella Matutina in Saint-Leu on Reunion island. Located in the former sugar factory, the facility has reopened its doors to the public on 7 June 2015, after four years of major restructuring. It is indeed a complex program on near 37.329 m2, piloted by Workshop architects, a local agency, based in Saint-Denis.
Equipment iconic in the cultural landscape and heritage of The Meeting
Recall that the Area Meeting has started in 2011 a rehabilitation total for the Museum and site, based on a new scientific and cultural project. In fact, this equipment is iconic in the cultural landscape and heritage of The Meeting since its opening in 1991.
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