Three-day opening to the public to discover the new headquarters

Fondazione Dalmine, established by TenarisDalmine, renews its mission to promote industrial culture, starting from the place that houses its new headquarters: the former company guesthouse from 1924 designed by Milanese architect Giovanni Greppi, part of the infrastructure and residences that transformed Dalmine into a Company Town in the twentieth century. With the new headquarters, the Foundation's activities are renewed, especially in Heritage, with the collection and safeguarding of archives, and in Education, with multiple programs and laboratory pathways for schools.

On April 19, 20, and 21, from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., the Foundation's new headquarters will open to the public for the first time, with a series of guided tours to discover the spaces and the work of its researchers and trainers.

The inauguration is part of the initiatives planned for National Made in Italy Day.

Reservation on the dedicated website is mandatory: