The textile archive describes the evolution of the company's manufacturing and remains a huge resource for potential innovation available to technicians and designers
The oldest architectural part of the mill hosts textiles and documentation dating back to the early 19th century. It houses samples of fabrics and yarns, manufacturing logs, design and work tools, manuals and specialized reviews, historical photographs, and correspondence. Each year the space hosts documentary exhibits curated in collaboration with emerging artists. The textile sample books made for each season provide actual examples of the mill’s production since the 19th century. They are in the process of being digitized and can be consulted for research purposes upon request.
Francesco De Luca