heneghan peng architects

heneghan peng architects

The Grand Egyptian Museum – The design of the Museum utilises the level difference to construct a new ‘edge’ to the plateau, a surface defined by a veil of translucent stone that transforms from day to night. The Museum nestles or cleaves between the level of the Nile Valley never rising over the level of the plateau (above or behind). A 3-dimensional structure inscribed by a set of visual axes from the site to the three Pyramids defines the framework within which the museum emerges, from the overall scale of the site to the smallest of details… Read more







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