The British Museum commissioned StudioRadar to create a series of new images of the freshly restored 432 BC Parthenon.
With an ever growing virtual audience the British Museum is refreshing its online visibility and collaborating with StudioRadar and our professional experience.
The temple was richly decorated with sculptures, designed by the famous artist Pheidias, which took until 432 BC to complete. The pediments and metopes illustrate episodes from Greek myth, while the frieze represents the people of Athens in a religious procession. Inside the building stood a colossal image of Athena Parthenos, constructed of gold and ivory by Pheidias and probably dedicated in 438 BC.