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Akhnaton Museum, Minia

(Site Supervision, interior design, and museum scenario)
The main building of the Museum is built as a distorted pyramid’s shape. The complex consists of exhibit halls, library, conference hall, restoration school, theatre, garden, restaurants, gift shops and cafeterias. The importance of this museum lies, not only on its touristic function, but also in its contribution to cultural development, economic impact, and museum education for an important bright period of the Egyptian Ancient history. (Building construction is almost finished, and exhibition is under study)

Location: Minia, Egypt
Date: 2001
Client: Supreme Council of Culture
Area: 5 000 m2
Cost: About 140 000 000.00 LE