Grand Egyptian Museum GEM
A new edge to the timeless face of the Egyptian Desert Plateau immediately to the north of the Giza Pyramids become a reality, and rmc has a hand in creating it. Described as the largest museum in the world, the GEM creates a partially underground desert hugging design with a roof line reflecting the geometry of the three Great Pyramids of Giza.
Formed by a thin veil of translucent stone structured by fractal geometry, the museum has a built-up area of over 80,000 square meters with exhibition space of over 40,000 square meters.
Location: Giza, Egypt
Services: Production Architect, Architect of Record