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National Museum of Saudi Arabia

Undertaken in collaboration with Lord Cultural Resources and Moriyama and Teshima Architects, this project required the concurrent design of 10 galleries and a temporary exhibit hall to be designed and constructed in 28 months. Themed experiential galleries, integrated innovative and traditional exhibits and information technologies trace the dynamics of the “living earth” through the ages of civilizations to the birth of Islam and the role of modern day Saudi Arabia as the guardian of its holy places. The results are a distinctively Saudi Arabian museum with state of the art interactive technologies geared entirely to the visitor experience.

Client / Arriyadh Development Authority
Location / Riyadh, KSA
Size / 100,000 square feet
Scope / Interior Design, Exhibit Design, Graphic Design