Edgar Clerc museum of amerindian archaeology
SCOPE OF INTERVENTION:
Musée de France / Collections / Landscaped parks
Conseil départemental de la Guadeloupe
- Philippe Dangles, architect museographer
- Agathe Turmel, landscaper
- GUEZ, BET
Since its opening in 1984, the Edgar Clerc museum of Amerindian archaeology (“Musée de France”) has been reorganised on several occasions. From 2006 onwards, the objective has been to produce a scientific and cultural project (“PSC”) and to implement works on the collections. Today, the pre-operational and operational programming studies need to be conducted. Given this, the Conseil Général de la Guadeloupe has launched a consultation process for the architectural, technical and financial programming of the Edgar Clerc museum.
- Preparation of a detailed architectural, technical and museographical programme taking into account the various uses and constraints associated with the site and project.
- Project management assistance throughout the works and selection of contractor up until the preliminary report.
In Extenso TCH's programming, project management, operation set-up studies