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.

Below are some examples of our achievements - Reproduction Rights prohibited

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The canonball furnace was used to heat cannonballs, allowing them to ignite targets in addition to basic damage. It is located at the end of Sainte Marguerite Island, and was used by the artillery of the First Empire.

The Saorge convent was founded in 1633 by Franciscan friars. Financially helped by the commune, they completed the construction of this monument around 1662. From 1794, soldiers chased out the brothers and occupied the monastery. It was only thirty years later that the convent was returned to the Franciscans.

"La Cité de l'espace" is a scientific theme park oriented towards space and the conquest of space, dedicated as much to astronomy as to astronautics.

In 1997, we created various signage elements allowing visually impaired and blind people to find their way around this park.