Renato Pacozzi trained for five years at the Swiss Institute of Ancient Weapons in Grandson with art restorer Ian Ashdown. After an internship at the restoration workshop of the Royal Collection in London, he joined the Center for Restoration and Conservation in Onnens where he remained for nearly ten years. Since 2000, he has been a restorer and responsible for the collections at the Château de Morges.
At the Château de Morges, Renato Pacozzi deals with ancient weapons as well as knightly armor or cuirasses. Before restoring or conserving the pieces that come into his hands, it is a question of identifying and documenting them. His workshop is equipped with structures for working with wood and metal, as well as a laboratory for basic chemical treatments.
GOOD 2021 Vaud
GOOD 2020 Vaud
Possible access for people with reduced mobility
Accessible by public transport
Car park nearby