The newspaper “Berliner Morgenpost” has published an article about us (in German) in yesterday’s issue. It is under the segment “career” and talks about our work, ambition and goals. If you are interested, you can find the article right here.

    (c) artefacts-berlin.de & authors

    Here is a first preview image of the visualisation of Piramesses, the capital city of Ramesses II. We are visualising a whole island full of houses, vegetation and at a later point also people. This is a very first draft and will change eventually, but you can have a first look. It only shows a small part of the island, as we are still in the progress of reconstructing it.

      We are currently working on two animations for the upcoming exhibition “Ramses. Göttlicher Herrscher am Nil” (“Ramesses. Divine ruler on the Nile”) in the Badisches Landesmuseum in Karlsruhe, Germany. The exhibtion will open on the 17th of December 2016 and last until the 18th of June of 2017. In the upcoming months, we want to keep you up-to-date on the progress of creating these two animations and are perhaps able to share some previews. The first animations will present a extensive reconstruction of the center of the capital of Ramesses, called Pi-Ramesses. The second animation will show details of the stables that were excavated there.

      For more information about the exhibtion, please go here.

        A new publication was sent to us, as they used one of our pictures. It is a compendium of the emergence of cities from the first houses up until now.

        Lötscher, Lienhard/Kühmichel, Kai (Eds.) 2016: Vom Haus zur Stadt. Stadtentwicklung sehen – erkennen – verstehen. Stadtzukünfte 9. Berlin.

          We got published again, seems to be some kind of mesopotamian publication trend here in Germany.