Egyptian Museum. Immortals,the Art and Knowledge of the ancient Egyptians. Turin

Egyptian Museum. Turin /March 2015 / Fondazione Museo delle Antichità Egizie di Torino

Egyptian Museum. Immortals,the Art and Knowledge of the ancient Egyptians. Turin

Egyptian Museum. Turin /March 2015 / Fondazione Museo delle Antichità Egizie di Torino


The set up of the new museum tour has been designed by Migliore + Servetto Architects and Isolarchitetti, in the subterranean floor, that in two years, once the renovation is finished will be dedicated to the reception and ticket area: a very suggestive narration to exhibit a selection of about 1.000 finds.

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The unifying element of the project is given buy a wire-frame line that defines each exhibition space.
Already existing or newly designed cases are so united by the minimum distance that takes shape around them: a thin white metal continuous line that defines and protects the interior space.
A technological frame that becomes the support of the lighting system, and of the articulated system of graphic communication, to build an overall scenario that respecting the architectural rhythm of the succession of pillars defines a tidy exhibition grid to be explored.

In collaboration with Isolarchitetti
photo by Alberto Ramella / Pino Dell’Aquila

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The set up of the new museum tour has been designed by Migliore + Servetto Architects and Isolarchitetti, in the subterranean floor, that in two years, once the renovation is finished will be dedicated to the reception and ticket area: a very suggestive narration to exhibit a selection of about 1.000 finds.
The unifying element of the project is given buy a wire-frame line that defines each exhibition space.
Already existing or newly designed cases are so united by the minimum distance that takes shape around them: a thin white metal continuous line that defines and protects the interior space.
A technological frame that becomes the support of the lighting system, and of the articulated system of graphic communication, to build an overall scenario that respecting the architectural rhythm of the succession of pillars defines a tidy exhibition grid to be explored.

In collaboration with Isolarchitetti
photo by Alberto Ramella / Pino Dell’Aquila

08_phm-08b4807
06_08b4596
07_phm-08b482524
087__mg_7799
05_08b4705
034_egiz0108ar_040
033__mg_8080
037__mg_8083

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