Our Team. Our DNA.
Experts and enthusiasts of exhibition experiences and museum lighting.


Intervento has been creativity, technology and experience since 1993

. We start each project as if it were the first, but with the experience, know-how and efficiency that we have acquired over the last 30 years. Our profession is constantly evolving, which forces us to continuously improve, offering a competitive and innovative service at all times.


We are a pioneering multidisciplinary team

Our team is made up of professionals with different sensibilities and backgrounds, who work together on comprehensive projects ranging from consultancy to the conceptualisation, design, production and installation of exhibition and lighting experiences. Thanks to this team we are a benchmark in the lighting of Historical Heritage and Urban Lighting.


Sensitive to the spiral economy, quality and the environment.

Because we must all work together to make the world a better place. More sustainable, fairer, more humane and respectful.



Our projects are a reflection of our philosophy and our DNA: a sample of our professionalism and demand, but also our passion, enthusiasm and commitment.

Board of Directors


Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Lorite


María José Balaguer

Executive office

Eva Noguera

General Management:

General Management

Eva Noguera

Area Managers

Lighting Department Management

María Jesús Palencia

Barcelona Delegation Management

Begoña Sánchez

Gijón Delegation Management

Orlando Fernández

Department Managers:

Lighting Design

Pablo Barone

Exhibition Lighting

Patricia Ríos

Lighting Production

Irene Gonzalo

Museographic Design

Rocío Rodríguez

Museographic Production

Fernando Mateos


Jorge Fueyo


Administration Management

Lola González

Management, HR and Quality

Obdulia Vélez

Adrià Huerta


Museographic Design

Miguel Pintre

Berta Boada

Lighting Design

Elena Anagnou

Alejandra Sanchez

Graphic Design

Alicia Gallego

Elena Valado

Museographic Production

Belén Fernandez

Alejandro Perez

Andrea Muniain

Marta Menem

Laia Cadena

Carina Colomer

Lighting Production

Daniel Fernandez


Antonio García

Specialised technicians


Ariel Giacone

Jose Manuel González

Traycho Nikolaev

Juan Argenti

Nikolai Veselinov

Marina Martín

Héctor Castro


Viorel Negru

Sergio Estévez

Dimas Muñoz

Maria José Domínguez

Verónica Juarez

Miguel Angel Lachowicz


Alina Somu

Marc Olivart

Daniel Jiménez

Restoration, pieces and supports

Sandra Samboal


We highlight some of the benchmark projects that have shaped our history.

The “Prague 1946” exhibition in the old Sala de las Alhajas, curated by Tusell and Martinez Novillo.


Renovation of the lighting design.

Exhibition “10 museums, 10 positions” at the former MEAC, now the Costume Museum.


Despite the limited budget for the exhibition, we managed to change the very low quality fluorescent lamps for warmer ones with better chromatic reproduction in the exhibition areas.

Exhibition in homage to García de Paredes in the old City Museum.


Our first turnkey exhibition, from design to production.

“Royal factories” in the Sala de las Alhajas, designed by Jesús Moreno.


Display case lit up from the outside. The good control of lighting and luminance achieved with the “louvers” grid system, which was not in use at the time, is particularly noteworthy.

Design and production of the Fundación Laboral de la Construcción booth at IFEMA.


CEU booth at AULA. Design by Aurora Herreros.


The use of neon colours played a key role. At that time we had worked with Aurora on a project to recover the neon lighting of the Capitol cinema, which did not come to fruition. And we had been left frustrated.