Liberty Building at Giardini Magherita

Architectural survey

Palace of Venezia

Architectural survey

Archaeology & ME

Rome, IT

Fountain of Neptune

Bologna, IT

Temple of Venere and Roma

Engraving on travertino slab

Bronzes room

Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Rome IT

National Saint John Paul II Shrine

Scan and 3D model of Holy Door in San Peter Basilica


Portrait in two parts. Art Institute of Chicago

Verba Appia

An innovative approach to discover the Ancient Appian Way

Welcome to Studio MCM

Studio MCM has worked since 1994 in the field of archaeological and architectural recording and the graphic documentation of excavations, research and restoration projects. Constantly updating our technologies has allowed us to provide excellent support for scholars in the projects we have worked on over the years. This experience has given us enormous expertise in documentation methodologies; we seek out and use cutting-edge high performance tools in order to provide a concrete response to the needs of our clients.


January, 2018 - Villa of Quintilii

Reliefs and graphic documentation of last excavations, on Ancient Appia Way, Rome

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October, 2017 - Liberty Building

Architectural survey and graphic documentation for restoration project of Liberty Building at Giardini Margherita, Bologna

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Feb - Oct 2017 - Palace of Venezia

Survey and graphic documentation of the entire architectural complex, Rome

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From the beginning of our activities we understood how the acquisition and interpretation of data is the base for any projects. To this, we always dedicated resources to improve our knowledge and update our technical equipment.

Graphics for communication

In our field, the objective of research, study, protection, restoration and conservation is increasingly that of communicating the results. Working on exhibition displays has gradually become an important part of our work.

3D Scan

We own a complete suite of topographical tools and laser scanning equipment both for recording monuments and the maximum resolution recording of statues and low reliefs.

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