The Museu da Casa Brasileira, an institution of the Secretary of Culture and Creative Economy of the State of São Paulo, already has the protocols ready for the public to receive, as soon as their reopening is determined. These are training measures adopted, signage and equipment installed so that visitors to the institution can visit the place safely.
With the planning in advance of the reopening, the MCB mapped the possibilities of risks and created a set of actions to avoid them; thus promoting a safe future visitation.
In this way, the use of masks on the Museum’s premises remains mandatory, while each exhibition room will accommodate up to 4 (four) people per visitation. The set of measures also includes: routes guided by employees, control of the inflow and outflow of visitors and accommodation of specific dumps for disposal of masks and tissues.
The procedures presented were elaborated based on the official information of the associations: ICOM (International Council of Museums), IBRAM (Brazilian Institute of Museums), ABRAVA (Brazilian Association of refrigeration, air conditioning, ventilation and heating), sanitary protocols provided by the Government of State of São Paulo through the Secretariat of Culture and Creative Economy and technical notes from Anvisa.
Below check out the details of the security measures:
– Simultaneous occupancy control of up to 25 people inside the building;
– Minimum spacing between people of 2 meters, reorganizing the visiting environment to attend to this distance, with demarcation of areas reserved for the circulation of people to avoid agglomerations;
– The valet service in the parking lot will be used only in the event that the visitor can park alone, and the necessary parts of the vehicle will be cleaned to ensure the safety of the visitor and valet, following the approved hygiene and hygiene protocol. control of the parking sector;
– Restrictions on the use of bathrooms for up to 3 people at a time;
– For the external area of the garden the flow of visitors will be allowed with a minimum distance of 2 meters with signage. Installation of umbrellas in the external area of the garden to mark social isolation during visits;
– Alcohol gel will be available at the entrances and exits of the building, at work stations, in shared environments, next to the cafeteria / pantry, in meeting rooms and in common areas for use by employees, customers and third parties;
– Mandatory use of a protective mask by visitors and employees;
– Implementation of a procedure for opening the windows of the exhibition rooms and maintaining the opening of the accesses, to increase the supply of air renewal, privileging cross ventilation in the environments;
– Temperature measurement of the entire team and the public for access;
-Installation of antiviral protection barriers in environments of direct service to the public: box office, valet and reception;
– Implementation of technical procedures for hygiene, with the application of periodic cleaning scheduled in the administrative, technical and visitable areas;
– Commitment to monitoring, monitoring and testing the team;
– All employees are being trained remotely to assist visitors.
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The Museu da Casa Brasileira, an institution of the Secretary of Culture and Creative Economy of the State of São Paulo, has been dedicated, for 50 years, to the preservation and diffusion of the material culture of the Brazilian house, being the only museum in the country specialized in architecture and design . The MCB’s program includes temporary and long-term exhibitions, with an agenda that also includes educational service activities, debates, lectures and publications contextualizing the museum’s vocation for the formation of critical thinking on topics such as architecture, urbanism, housing, economics creativity, urban mobility and sustainability. Among its numerous initiatives, the Design MCB Award stands out, the main segment award in the country held since 1986; and the Casas do Brasil project, to rescue and preserve memory about the rich diversity of living in the country.
Brazilian House Museum
Av. Faria Lima, 2705 – Jardim Paulistano, São Paulo
Phone: (11) 3032-3727
Tue. to sun. from 10am to 6pm