The Archaeological Museum of Istanbul was opened to the visitors for the first time at the end of the 19th century. Currently, the Museum is undergoing a process of transformation into a new contemporary institution. This work includes the re-distributing more than 2.000 objects along 36 galleries.
This project unifies the contents presented to the public in a contemporary manner being respectful to the artefacts as well as the to the architecture. The project will introduce new display environments that make emphasis on story telling and have a comprehensive narrative that will make the visit enjoyable and interesting for all kinds of visitors.
DESIGN: Boris Micka
COMMISSIONED by TÜRSAB (Association of Turkish Travel Agencies)
TOTAL AREA: 6.700 sqm