GEM – Grand Egyptian Museum In progress Giza
- Ministry of Antiquities
- Area (sqm)
- Archaeology, History
- Exhibition, Museum
The Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) is currently built near the pyramids of Giza with an exhibition space of about 40,000 square meters. The building complex is intended to accommodate up to 15,000 visitors a day.
The spacious galleries allow visitors to immerse themselves in the history of the pharaohs and the time of Egypt’s high culture. More than 50,000 exhibits convey the fascination of Egyptian archaeology – including important artifacts from the beginning of the old-Egyptian period to the Greco-Roman era, including the legendary burial hoard of Tutankhamun, which will be exhibited in its entirety for the first time.
- General Planning, Exhibition Design, Scenography
- ATELIER BRÜCKNER
- Light Planning with
- Media Planning with
- heneghan peng architects
Photos: Reiner Pfisterer (No.3+5), Claudia Luxbacher (No. 4), Christian Kroh (No.6), Kenneth Garrett (No.7)