The Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli is an art gallery in Turin, Italy, opened in 2002 on the top floor of the Lingotto complex and designed by Renzo Piano.
I revamped the website's architecture in collaboration with UX designers, aiming to enhance navigation and infuse the user interface with a modern, dynamic, and engaging feel through a blend of typography and imagery.
The primary 'Opera' pages feature a prominent header showcasing a specific painting or opera. On the 'Attività' pages, there's a distinct header with a dark background, where the image of a featured article seamlessly blends with the header and extends throughout the rest of the page.
I developed various prototypes to demonstrate scroll-based animation effects on the homepage and to assess the overall flow of the entire website.