Le Caire - Egypte
Pour répondre, SAR a constitué une équipe pluridisciplinaire qui permettait de pouvoir réaliser toutes les attentes de la MOA. Planning, organisation – au sein de la MOE, architectes, MOA -, budget, etc. tout a été pris en compte et étudié pour permettre organisation lisible et simple pour la MOA afin de démarrer les études le plus rapidement possible.
BESIX instructed by Egypt’s Ministry of State for Antiquities
5 M attendu
3 934 383.00€
Scénographie de l'exposition permanente
Because Egypt is the “cradle of the world”;
Scenography – the purpose of which is to encourage the encounter between the visitor and the Human works – will be the culminating effort out of the fantastic work provided collectively so far that is making the museum worthy to Egypt, to the World Heritage, to the Egyptian civilization, and to the visitors that are to walk through the galleries in numbers.
Aware of the extent of the challenge and of political, cultural, scientific, aesthetic, technical and financial stakes, internationally renowned exhibition architecture & design practice.
Studio Adeline Rispal has built up a team out of the best exhibition experts in the world, that are also its trustworthy partners for many years in the design of world-class projects:
To approach such an extraordinary project in many respects, Studio Adeline Rispal has partnered with Patriarche & Co to share the general project management. Patriarche & Co is a strong multidisciplinary firm that delivers architectural and
interior design, full engineering, cost control, and project management, with a proven record of managing large-scale projects. The two partners will enter into a Joint Venture agreement leading to the creation of GEM SCENO JV that will be liable for providing scenography services as per the Consultancy Agreement. GEM SCENO JV will manage the contact points between architecture and scenography aiming at full permeability between the proposed scenography and the museum’s architecture, the seamless coherence of the project, and the project feasibility, in close relationship with the Employer’s project team, the Grand Egyptian Museum, and Besix-Orascom JV with a view to meeting the deadline for the grand opening of the museum in October 2017 for the Phase 1 and in October 2018 for the Phase 2.
This team has been built up since last January 27 when Adeline Rispal was invited to express her interest to participate in the project. On the basis of the terms of reference and the hands-on visits that Adeline Rispal and Jean-Loup Patriarche paid to the site on
– February 6-7,
– March 3,
– April 12-13,
– July 17,
this team has been organized as an “army” with respect to the member relationships and the work plan.
The team members are described in detail further in the present note alongside the proposed methodology to take up the challenge, focusing on work quality as much as quality human relationships that mean a lot to all of them.
Studio Adeline Rispal, Patriarche & Co, and their team members commit themselves to delivering outstanding scenography, and providing the works follow-up with a view to turning today’s breath-taking building into tomorrow’s world-class museum:
Scenography vs exhibition design
As architecture does through its non-verbal language, scenography creates sensory mediation, which takes account of the complex process of moving from emotion to cognition, to the innate pleasure of acquiring knowledge; which takes visitors into account all along their journeys through the site, the architecture and the exhibition, each finding their places within a larger context, before arriving at the exhibits that have found their rightful place in a meaningful space.
As architects, we believe scenography is a wider approach of exhibition design, taking account of all aspects of the museum architecture and exhibition project.
With this proposal, we have already begun – and we will do it all along the project – to weave deep links between all political, symbolical, historical, artistic, scientific, museological, curatorial, environmental, urban, architectural, functional, technical, economical, physiological, sociological, temporal aspects of this ambitious project.
Our dream team can address all these levels of complexity on this beautiful project.
Studio Adeline Rispal and Patriarche & Co have entered into a partnership agreement to create the company GEM SCENO JV (temporary company name) that will be legally responsible for the consultancy contract.
Adeline Rispal and Jean-Loup Patriarche will personally share the management of this company as co-managers, and will be the key contact persons for the Employer, the GEM, and the BOJV.
GEM SCENO JV will be responsible for general art direction, project management, coordination and studies relative to scenography, showcasing, public furniture, artefacts and mounts, custom interpretative elements, and miscellaneous studies.
GEM SCENO JV will be responsible for providing the shared art direction and coordination of the studies by sub-contractors in lighting design, graphic and signage design, and multimedia (engineering & contents design and production).
The team members will relate to each other and around the project in a collaborative manner that is based on constant information sharing. Such an organization will also enable smooth information exchange and communication with the Main Contractor BOJV, the Employer’s consultancies (EHAF; Hill International = PMC), the Grand Egyptian Museum Team and the Employer.
Considering our perfect knowledge of the complexity of this type of mission in front of the exceptional size of this museum and the global prestige which it is necessary acquire, but also in front of the objective to end in its opening to the public on May 18th, 2018, it seems to us essential to sequence this global mission in coactive groups.
The new phasing of studies and works distinguishes 3 phases:
Our organization distinguishes of size or density of acceptable collections to be considered as so many projects in the global project.
• Sculpture garden (15 600 sqm)
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