23rd, 24th and 25th of November


As in previous editions, the technical visits that characterize the technical meetings and that exemplify the theory discussed during the congress are maintained.
These activities are optional. Anyone interested should indicate this by marking it with a cross on the registration form.

This year, three visits have been programmed:

Visit to the deposits of “Museu del Disseny” – Disseny Hub Barcelona. November 23th or 24th at 1:45 pm

This activity is included in the program, within the congress schedule. Limited places with two groups of 15 people per day.
Places will be awarded in order of registration.

Visits to Cervera and Llardecans. Saturday 25th November 

Once the Technical Meeting is over, the registered participants will have the opportunity to participate in the visit of two unique sites located in the province of Lleida. Both visits will take place on the same day.

These activities do not imply a price increase in the registration fee, but the logistics and travel costs to the destinations will be borne by each participant.

Content of the visits

10-11 a.m. Visit to the Cervera deposits belonging to the MNACTEC

Welcome by the director of the museum, Jaume Perarnau, and tour of the third MNACTEC deposit, specializing in oversized technical-industrial scientific heritage. History of a transfer: specific problems and some practical solutions for preventive conservation, by the head of preventive conservation and restoration of the museum, Mercè Gual (Maximum capacity: 30 people).

15:45-17:30 h. Visit to the Tomàs Pinyol pharmacy in Llardecans (Segrià).

15:45-16:30 h. Meeting in the assembly hall of the town hall, where participants will be welcomed and the restoration process of the pharmacy will be explained; the presentation will be given by Ramon Solé (conservator-restorer) and Rosa Solanellas (architect), authors of the restoration project of the Tomàs Pinyol pharmacy and directors of the intervention.

16:30-17:30 h. Guided tour of the pharmacy in several turns, given the limitation and fragility of the space (maximum capacity per turn: eight people).