HMNS Hall of Ancient Egypt

Exhibitions

Internal Project

Project Details

Scope

We contributed key elements to the beautifully re-imagined and renovated 12,000 square foot Hall of Ancient Egypt at Houston Museum of Natural Science.

Two 12’ tall seated sculptures guarding the entrance, a 3D printed scale model of Abu Simbel that uses projection mapping to show the slow decay of the temple over the last 3280 years, a 400 square foot gold room with walls covered in CNC carved gold-leafed heiroglyphic panels, Nefertari’s Tomb featuring four clad columns and a 120 linear feet of wall coverings comprised of CNC carved, hand painted relief panels and a 50’ long “hall of mirrors” featuring sculpted columns.

Date of Completion

11/2021

N/A

currently
In progress

Service

Museum Exhibition

Architectural Metalwork

Custom Design Elements

Digital Fabrication

Architect
General Contractor
Engineer
DESIGNER
Kevin Carpenter and Dustin Newcomb