Important focus of Egyptology culture, second only to that of Cairo, the New Egyptian Museum of Turin has undergone a major renovation signed by Isolarchitetti study, which has seen a valuable contribution by Ceramiche Keope.

After the first intervention phase which ended in July 2013 - and which saw Keope participate in the realization of the paving of the new Hypogeum - the Reggio Emilia company was also the protagonist of the second phase of restructuring, providing more than 3,500 square meters of flooring porcelain stoneware for the second floor of the museum, the area of ​​the temple Ellesija and bathrooms to the public on the first, second and third floors of the structure. In particular, Kheops has provided the products of the In&Out P, Extra P. Barge in structured formats 60x60 cm and 30x60 cm.

Thanks to the design of In&Out P.Extra, recalling the suggestive and heterogeneous mineral stone colors, designers have been able to achieve a completely natural effect flooring, able to run perfectly with the atmosphere of the museum, which takes visitors on long journey through time, from 4000 BC 700 A.D.

The second floor of the New Egyptian Museum in Turin, underwent a recent restoration works - signed by the study Isolarchitetti - saw protagonist Ceramiche Keope, which has supplied the products of the In & Out P.Extra, P. Barge in structured formats 60x60 cm and 30x60 cm, for the realization of pavements.