King Tut's Tomb Discovery Experience at HMNS

Exhibition

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Project Details

Scope

Working in collaboration with the Houston Museum of Natural Science's Exhibits department and HMNS Egyptologists as well as Emissaries of the Egyptian government we designed, fabricated and installed this state of the art 7400 SF exhibition of replicas of King Tut's tomb.

Key elements include a cross section replica of King Tut's famous nested shrine which exposes many layers of carved enclosures and sarcophagi, over a hundred linear feet of rockwork, a forced perspective hallway that visitors travel down to enter into the burial chambers, entry signage and themed ticketing kiosk, many replicas of artifacts and textured walls for projections.

Date of Completion

11/2022

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