Corporate Profile

Technical Equipment

Setbuilding Dollies and Cases



Some References





Tutanchamun- Bau von Ausstellungsmobiliar in den Werkstätten von Showconcept

Parts of our workshop for wood, working for Tutanchamun

Tutanchamun- Bau von Ausstellungsmobiliar in den Werkstätten von Showconcept

Ausstellungsmobiliar, angefertigt in den Werkstätten von Showconcept.

Here you see one of the finished exhibition tables in the exhibition.

Tutanchamun-Sein Grab und die Schätze

Tutanchamun - His Tomb and The Treasures

The exhibition "Tutanchamun - His Tomb and The Treasures" shows the world’s only museum-quality replica of mankind’s most fascinating tomb and its treasures. Now, for the first time, after 88 years it offers the opportunity to visit the tomb three-dimensionally in its original state. An exhibtion highlight, because it seems today more unlikely than ever before to see the big original shrines completely and out of Egypt.

Showconcept assumes the technical direction and the technical and logistical coordination of technics and technical staff for the load-ins and load-outs of all 3 exhibitions.

This included to find a solution to transport thousands of exhibition objects of all size, safe, without damages.

Every case, every dolly was produced in our workshops individually adjusted to the exhibition objects it was designed for.

For add-ons and the third exhibition Showconcept manufactured exhibition furniture like exhibition tabels, shelves and curtains.

Of course according to the existing technical regulations for people and nature, that goes without saying.

You find some pictures out of the making off on the left.

Up to now the exhibition could be visited in Zurich (Switzerland), Bruno (Czech Republic), Munich (Germany), Graz (Austria), Genever (Switzerland) Budapest (Hungary), Amsterdam (Netherlands) Barcelone, (Spain) Hamburg (Germany), Cologne, Cape Town (South Africa), Johannisburg (South Africa), Manchest, er (UK), San Diego (USA), Rapid Springs (USA), Davenport /USA), Madrid (Spain) and New York.


Fotos: Showconcept Archiv, Semmel Concerts