Signage and Adaptation

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Anxious to make daily life , especially the art and wealth of patrimony more available , especially to the public with special needs (within the 11 February 2005 French Act domain); Arrimage conducts signage and adaptation work in various fields, as architecture, sculpture , or painting, allowing the vision of their equivalent in mental images on different media such as bronze , ceramics , glass, and resin.

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The Garden of the Five Senses, in the heart of the Pissarro Museum park, covers an area of ​​1250m². Opened on June 1, 1995, it was initially designed for the blind and visually impaired. It is the first garden of this type in Ile de France.

Located in Hérépian, the bell Museum allows you to discover the different manufacturing techniques, from bronze casting to the method needed to tune church bells whose ringing punctuates time. There are also numerous “Sonnailles” bells (small bells used by shepherds), “clarines” (cows) and other bells (horses) in a beautiful space of more than 1000 m2.

The ceramics museum, opened in March 2007, exhibits numerous testimonies of local production over 1,200 m², in the former Bompard pottery factory (19th century). Lezoux was in fact a major center for manufacturing pottery with seals during Antiquity.