Museum Display Cases - Relicase Display

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The latest trends in museum showcase development


The museum showcases has basically no fixed style in its shape and function, but as the manufacturer should understand the development trend of the times and the customers' love and needs, only by satisfying the needs of customers can the products be widely introduced to the market and get customers.

In the shape design of the showcases, it is no longer a single boring box exhibition. The simple and clear display cases is loved by many people. On the one hand, the simple display cabinet design can save costs, and at the same time, the processing cycle can be greatly shortened. On the other hand, simplicity is also a kind of beauty, and it is also a popular trend of the times.

The retro-style showcases can bring visitors' thoughts to the era of creation of cultural relics, arousing the curiosity of the visitors, making the visitors seem to return to the distant storyline, slowly pondering and savoring. In order to achieve the best results.

All in all, the museum showcases must adapt to the needs of the times, as well as the taste of the audience, in the production process, or accurately grasp the latest developments of the museum showcases.

Eternal city - glory of ancient Rome Exhibition


For Eternal city - glory of ancient Rome Exhibition, Relicase provided the exhibition with the museum display cases. This Exhibition opened in Chengdu Jinsha Site Museum, On January 26, 2016.

Covering a total area of about 38,000 square meters (9 acres), Jinsha Site Museum mainly consists of Relics Hall, Exhibition Hall, Cultural Heritage Protection Center and Ecological Garden. It is a rare site museum among Chinese museums because of its combination of modern civilization and the civilization of ancient Shu State (Sichuan Province was called Shu State in ancient times), as well as the combination of ecological environment and culture.|
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Johnson & Johnson Pavilion - Beijing 2008 Olympics


Five pieces of The Terracotta Warriors from Emperor Qin Shihuang (Qin Dynasty: 221 to 206 BC) were exhibited during the Beijing Olympic Games 2008 at the Johnson & Johnson Olympic Exhibition Center in Olympic Park. These actual size genuine artifacts include a standing as well as a kneeling warrior figurine, two officers and a fully restored figurine which was originally in fragmented pieces.

Relicase designed and utilized all-glass frameless museum showcases, to match the overall style of the pavilion. Due to the large size of the display showcases and in consideration of the need for repeated use of these showcases, the showcases were made as detachable units. These showcases were also designed to bear the combined weight of the heavy artifacts as well as the workers and curators putting up this exhibition. After the Beijing Olympic Games, the showcases were donated to the Museum of The Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Emperor Qin Shihuang. We also provided the services of detaching the showcases in Beijing and transporting them to Xi'an.
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Museum cultural relics protection environment


As an important part of cultural heritage, cultural relics retain rich information in the form of objects, with historical, artistic and scientific value. In order to study and utilize the information resources contained therein, the material form of the cultural relics must be preserved.

However, due to the characteristics of cultural relics and the universality of its internal motion, coupled with environmental factors, cultural relics have a tendency to decline, damage or even disappear in the natural environment, that is, the natural damage of cultural relics, the essence of which is environmental factors. Physical or chemical interactions with cultural relics make cultural relics increasingly change their original form and composition, and endanger the long-term preservation of cultural relics.

The concern of the Institute of Cultural Relics Conservation Environment is the relationship between environment and cultural relics preservation, the process and mechanism of environmental factors and cultural relics, and find the best environment for the preservation of cultural relics, and ultimately slow down the natural damage of cultural relics.

The cultural relic preservation environment can be understood as the sum of the surrounding environmental factors centered on cultural relics. Specific to the museum's cultural relics preservation environment, or the collection of cultural relics preservation environment, mainly including the indoor temperature and humidity, light, air pollutants and harmful organisms in the museum.

Relicase is a professional museum showcases and museum display cases manufacturer, including Custom, Free standing, Wall, Table top display cases and more. We aims to provide high quality customized solutions for the museum exhibition, display, and preservation of historical artifacts as well as modern works of art. Invaluable experience was gained through our involvement in providing services for large-scale events, such as the 2008 Olympics, the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai and the World Expo 2015 in milan.

The technical requirements of the museum display cases


Museum display cases technical requirements mainly include materials, size, sealing, temperature and humidity, fire prevention, lighting, opening, anti-theft, anti-hazardous materials, dust prevention and so on. For different cultural relics, the designers must put forward the technical requirements of the relevant museum display cases.

The following introduces several major technical requirements:

1. Temperature and humidity

The display cases has certain temperature and humidity which are necessary and basic protection measures for cultural relics. While displaying the cultural relics, the museum must always keep in mind the important duties of protecting the cultural relics. Cultural relics are non-renewable and cultural carriers. They must be protected at all costs.

2. Open

The design of the opening method for showcases widd depend on the type of showcase, its size and position, the operating preferences of the museum staff and other factors. Regardless of the opening method, we take close safety precasutions and ensure independent operation by one people.

3. Closed

The closed museum exhibits good performance can effectively control the display cabinet temperature and humidity, dust, prevent the intrusion of harmful substances, to ensure the purity of air, etc., for the protection of cultural relics inside the cabinet has a very important role. In fact, to measure the quality of the showcase, the sealing performance is one of the more important indicators. For cultural relics such as paintings and silk paintings, in order to achieve a constant temperature and humidity in the cabinet, the display cabinet must have a good seal.

4. Fire prevention

Fire prevention is a necessary basic requirement for the exhibition and exhibition facilities including exhibition halls and museum display cases. With the advancement of science and technology, modern museums will be more and more advanced in the use of fire prevention facilities, which is more conducive to the protection of cultural relics.

5. Lighting

The quality of the display of artifacts depends largely on the lighting of the showcase. From creating an exhibition environment and atmosphere, and highlighting cultural relics, artificial light sources can maximize the light source and illumination. Any type of lighting must meet the requirements of the Codes for Design of Lighting in Museums.

Museum display cases important performance


Museum display cases are museum-specific equipment used to display and preserve cultural relics. It must meet the requirements for cultural relics exhibitions, protection and operational.

For exhibitions and protection requirements for cultural relics:

The appearance and size of the museum showcases must meet the requirements. The dimensional error must be controlled within 1.5mm. The workmanship must be fine and the appearance should be free from twisting. The gaps and lines should be even and symmetrical.

All the materials used in the museum display cases should be made of environmentally friendly materials and related inspection reports should be provided to avoid any damage to the cultural relics.

The exhibition space of the museum showcases should be a completely enclosed structure, prevent pollution particles from entering the exhibition space to ensure the environmental stability of the cultural relic exhibition space, and the air exchange rate inside the exhibition space should be controlled within 20%.

In order to ensure the safety of the cultural relics, the locks used in the display cases should have certain anti-theft properties, and the keys should be configurable according to the management requirements.

Museum display cases glass should be laminated ultra-high white glass, glass surface should't have scratches, can withstand about 50kg of impact, even after the glass is broken should not damage the cultural relics and the audience; glass transmittance should more than 90%, the most realistic colors of cultural relics should be presented to the audience.

The Hong Kong Museum of Art


The Hong Kong Museum of Art is one of the museums managed by the Leisure & Cultural Services Department. It is the mission of the Hong Kong Museum of Art to preserve the cultural heritage of China and promote art with a local focus. Its collections now number in excess of 16,000 art objects, including Chinese paintings and calligraphy works, antique Chinese treasures, paintings of historical significance as well as creations by local artists.

The highlights of the collections are on display in the exhibition galleries. To maintain an essential international character, the museum also presents a great variety of thematic exhibitions drawn from local and overseas sources.

It is tea-themed museum, having various tea wares. Our standing and tailored museum display cases were highly appraised at admirable display effect.

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Yunnan Zhaotong Museum Display Cases Projects


Zhaotong Museum is a provincial-level comprehensive museum in Zhaotong city. It is a comprehensive museum integrating the exhibition, education, research and protection of cultural relics. It covers an area of 13400㎡, with the building area reaching 6500㎡, The museum has six display hall.

Mostly required for this project was free standing diplay cases and wall display cases. Relicase took different requirements of each kind of collection fully into the design scheme, and got high approval from the client.
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The mummified remains -- Xinjiang Institute of Archaeology


For conservation and the display of the mummified remains, Relicase having the international standard of quality museum showcases, also produce storage systems and display drawers for archival requirements. Our basic ideals of design and manufacturing are based on our vast experience from projects which we have completed successfully. These ideals have now become standard for ensuring our showcases are well-sealed, easy to open and operate, achieving high-security and allows both passive or active humidity control systems to be integrated. We manufacture strictly to the requirements of international museum conservation for cultural relics, combining both the aesthetic as well as functional properties of showcase design for each individual production brief.

Mummified remains are one of the most fragile organic matter under the conservation care for historical relics. Once they are unearthed from the ground, the remains will face difficult and challenging conservation environments before they are being transferred into the proper care of a specialized museum for final conservation, storage or display.

The actual location where the mummified remains is unearthed only serves temporarily as an interim storage measure. Once the mummified remains is exposed to air and environmental pollutants, careful and considered protection must be introduced immediately. Therefore, the entire process of conservation requires stringent long-term constant microclimate / humidity controls to protect this very fragile heritage relic before, during transportation and eventually to the laboratory and conservation storage or display at the museum.

Once the museum has prepared the mummy or mummified remains for exhibition, a technical team comprising of experts from the curatorial as well as conservation areas will then plan the move to the museum designated gallery space for display. One of the key challenges is the adaptation of lighting controls and exhibition ambient conditions. These challenges to conserve the Mummy in varied circumstances and the resulting relocations serves to highlight the many difficulties that our team had to encounter in completing this rewarding project.
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Chengdu Museum new exhibition for 'Daqian Zhang'


For Chengdu Museum new exhibition hall for special collection 'Despite my hectic of homesickness, Daqian Zhang', Relicase built the museum display cases for this exhibition.

This exhibition opened officially on 2016/6/11. The exhibition displayed the remainings of Mr Zhang such as collections, powder, works, seal, letters, etc., presented Mr. Zhang's rich experience of life and art. Many of the exhibits are the first display.

This exhibition allows the audience to know better about Zhang Daqian's painting, touring and living situation abroad, and gives them the opportunity to find out the profound mystery of his artistic achievements. Zhang Daqian in the special exhibition is both true and complete, rich and multifaceted . It not only has a detailed description of his life, but also an elucidation of his painting career. He also shows his precious powder that he has never seen before. The special exhibition showed a dripping "big world" for the audience.
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How to maintain the museum display cases?


Themuseum display casesare used to display goods with a protective display stand, but it also needs to be maintained. How to maintain the museum display cases?
First, when wiping the showcases, it is best to wipe the display cases with a soft cloth that is absorbent, such as a towel, cotton, or flannel cloth, otherwise it may scratch the surface of showcases, which should be avoided as much as possible.
Second, Don't clean the dust on the surface of the showcases with a dry cloth. The dust consists of fibers, sand, and alumina. Many people clean the surface of the showcases with a dry cloth, but in fact, these fine particles can damage the surface paint of the display cases in the friction rubbing back and forth. Although these scratches are negligibly small and even the naked eye can't see it, but over time, it will cause the surface of the showcase looking pale and rough, and no longer shining.
Finally, Pay attention to prevent water from penetrating into the wood. If happened, it will cause moldy or local deformation of the wood and shorten the service life.

Museum display cases environmental protection new concept


With the growing awareness of environmental protection, the demand for various products and materials is getting higher and higher. The cultural heritage of museums and exhibits are particularly stringent for environmental protection due to their uniqueness and irreversibility.
The museum exhibitors also put forward new requirements, in addition to ensuring its basic anti-theft anti-explosion automatic opening and other intelligent human design, the material has no environmental pollution and new requirements, in order to be effective The durability of the exhibits is prevented.
Traditional museum display cases, in the process of replacement, are generally not easy to recycle and have been thrown away. This is a great waste of resources, so we need to do more at design time. Therefore, we need to consider more reusable aspects of the design, Therefore, we need to consider more reusable aspects of the design, reasonable consideration of the product structure and materials, even if the display cabinet product life is over, most of the components can still be recycled.
Based on this concept, We also integrates environmental protection and recyclability into the design process, uses more environmentally friendly materials, such as acid, in order to achieve zero in the exhibits. What we need to do is to put the appearance of the showcase on the premise of perfection, and focus on the invisible security and protection inside the showcase. This model has also been a concept. It will be a new trend in the development of showcases. All walks of life in the society are promoting environmental protection. We would like to be the most active part and contribute to the future development of the museum showcases.

Tianjin Museum Selected Rare Relics Exhibition


For new Tianjin Museum, Relicase providedmuseum display casesfor Exhibition of Selected Cultural Relics, Exhibition of Ancient Chinese Jades, Exhibition of Ming&Qing Dynasties Blue&White Porcelains from Museums Collection, Exhibition of Calligraphy Painting. Hereby we particularly present two 15m long documentstyle table cases to you.

The two exhibits, Birds View and Roll of Flowers on River, which could not be exhibited in the original museum due to the limitations of the exhibition facilities, were 17m and 13m long, respectively. The two table cases we designed allowed visitors to have a panoramic view of the two items in the Cultural Relics Display Hall of the new museum. The access opening of the case allows for the entire 15m long glass top to be lifted for the easy mounting or removing of the exhibit.

In addition, all the largewall display casesof the Tianjin Museum use the WHMI electronic opening system. The synchronization of the actuators and controls of the opening system was particularly critical. Any linear travel error exceeding 0.5mm in any of the lifting actuator devices would incur the risk of cracking. Our team used closed-loop detecting synchronous drive technology, which completely addressed this problem and ensured the safety of the cases.
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Bank Indonesia Museum Display Cases


For Bank Indonesia Museum, this was Relicase first majormuseum display casesproject in Jakarta, Indonesia. It is also a big and complex one - five years were devoted to the project from start to finish, we have accumulated a lot of experience from this project.
Bank Indonesia Museum is a bank museum located in Jakarta, Indonesia. It was founded by Bank Indonesia and opened on 21 July 2009.
The museum is designed to introduce the public Bank Indonesia's role on the Indonesian history. The museum also provide visitors with audio and visual experience on the history of currencies and trade in Indonesia from pre-colonial era to the present state. The museum include old currencies on its display collection, from as early as 14th century pre-colonial era to old bank notes from around the world.
Relicase worked with BD & A, an Indonesian architectural practice, to create an educational and research-oriented museum for the Indonesian public. This project was planned to demonstrate the work and expertise of the Central Bank of Indonesia to the rest of the world.
The museum is equipped with more than 86 vertical sliding vitrines with integrated fiber-optic lighting systems, 10 frameless plinth-mounted cases and 24 freestanding units which combine frameless cases and hinged doors, all lit with a fiber-optic lighting system.
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Removable Glass Top Free Standing Display Cases


Removable Glass Top Free Standing Display Cases
Showcase Names:Removable Glass Top
Showcase Type:|Free standing display cases|
Showcase Model:F-03
Glass:Laminated Glass
Removable Glass Top Showcase Details
The removable glass top is a feature that allows different kinds of lighting solutions to be added on. Glass top can be changed to a diffuser glass that allows even distribution of light from an external light source. In addition, cases with this removable glass top can be fitted with a light hood that houses additional lighting elements such as LED, fluorescent, low-voltage halogen or even fibre optics lighting systems. Other task lighting can also be introduced at the sides or bottom of the case through this removable glass top.
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The Art of the Enlightenment exhibition


For The Art of the Enlightenment exhibition, Relicase combined category, size and quantity of the museum display cases to the design, meanwhile illumination and material were selected according to traits of each exhibit. Our showcases reached requirement of the museum.

National Musuem of China - The Art of the Enlightenment exhibition presents the entire artistic spectrum of the arts of the Enlightenment – from painting, sculpture, drawings and prints, through to crafts and fashion and even exquisite scientific instruments. The exhibition will lead the peoples eyes the central theme of 18th century art, vividly interpretation of European art and artists of the ability to read is still an era of far-reaching impact.

The art of The Enlightenment exhibition will become enlightened about the unique art exhibition in the National Museum of China. The exhibition cooperation between the three major German collective museum institutions in Berlin, Dresden and Munich and the National Museum of China. This exhibition included various collections.
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Chengdu Jinsha Site Museum display cases project


Jinsha Site Museum in Chengdu consists of Relics Hall, Exhibition Hall, Cultural Heritage Protection Center and Ecological Garden, covering a total area of about 38,000 square meters. It exhibits the archaeological finds of Jinsha Site, perfectly showing s the civilization of the ancient Shu State in Sichuan area.
The temporary exhibition hall exquisitely created by Jinsha Site Museum shows the collective efforts and creative concepts of numerous experts from Chengdu Museum and other top designers. It is also an excellent example of the collaboration of quality suppliers in the exhibition & display industry. The first temporary exhibit since the opening of Jinsha Site Museum, Yin Ruins Precious Treasures,” was well conserved and employed excellent display techniques as a result of the careful, detailed arrangement and technical support of all parties involved.
Relicases newly-designedmuseum display casesprovided exhibits better display and conservation that was purpose of this renovation and satisfactory outcome.
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Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization


The tree-encircled Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery is an iconic building. It has a comprehensive collection on the history of Malaysian currency and a vast collection of coins, mint coins in the 19 century, and the Central Bank's rich archives.

Conservation performance of themuseum display caseswas prioritized, considering the high forest coverage and high humidity in Kuala Lumpur. The exhibition was made a huge success by coupling the exacting-standard cases with the highly valued historical items and exceptional architecture.

Relicase focused on its security when we made a design. Most used products were wall display casesand storage display cases.
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The Mid Antrim Museum


Through thismuseum display casesproject with the Mid Antrim Museum, Relicase successfully landed on England. For glass, plinth, and illumination, all were strictly followed by international standard. That brought us high praise at our professional skills and rich experiences.
The Mid-Antrim Museum offers a range of talks, events and excursions which provide enjoyable ways to get involved with local history. From family activities to topics of special interest – theres something for everyone. Of course, theres an unmissable range of changing exhibitions too!
Named after the river that runs through Ballymena, the Braid weaves together history, arts and culture alongside contemporary conference, tourism and civic facilities on a site that has been for centuries the centre of local civic life. From family activities to special interest events, theres something for everyone.
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Ancient Costumes Exhibition of the Xinjiang Museum


Relicase provided exhibition design services andmuseum display casesfor the Ancient Costume Exhibition of the Museum of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. All-glass, frameless exhibit cases were used to meet the high standard of the displays for this exhibition. With detailed information graphics as well as fiber optic lighting at multiple angles, the desired visual effect of colour, light and shadow complementing one another was fully achieved.
In this costume exhibition, damages to the fabric exhibits were minimized through planar display. The targeted display cases were designed to ensure stunning display effects while protecting the items. Our showcases in this project reached unprecedented technical highpoint, strict humidity control, illumination for textiles that could completely unfold its aged heritage to visitors.
For highlighting the exhibition, showcases were supposed to be produced invisibly, leading more visitors'attention to exhibit.
Ancient Costumes Exhibition of the Xinjiang Museum

Ancient Costumes Exhibition of the Xinjiang Museum

MUSEUM DISPLAY CASES PRODUCTION PROCESS REQUIREMENTS


Themuseum display casesneed to meet the production process requirements of four items: protection of cultural relics technical requirements, safety and technical requirements of cultural relics, aesthetic visual requirements, the actual operation of the use of technical requirements.
Museum display cases are the space facilities in which museums display cultural artifacts with the most realistic attitude and artistic appeal. The museum is a place for arts and cultural activities that integrate advanced technology and dense information. The art collection of cultural relics is a representative of the museum. With the rapid development of science and technology in modern society, the requirements for the production of the museum showcases are getting higher and higher. Showcases in today's museums are also highly valued artworks. It is also the last line of defense for the protection of cultural relics collections.
The types of showcases used in the display and storage of different cultural relics are also very different. At the same time, we also need to comprehensively consider the requirements of display design, the type of cultural relics, the characteristics of the architectural structure, the location of the relics, the long-term planning of the exhibition hall, and many other factors. Heritage showcase type. This is the basis of our initial work.

Classical Paintings of Ancient China Exhibition


It is the first time since the re-opening of the National Museum of China that the Classical Painting of Ancient China exhibition is on display. All items in this exhibition are ancient classical painting, most of them are rectangular. Due to actual site,Wall display caseswas most used.

The classical painting collection at the National Museum of China covers a wide range of subjects and styles. Limited by the original exhibition space, most of them have not been shown to the public until now. In this exhibition, featuring two of the most celebrated pieces in the collection: Qianlong Emperors Southern Inspection Tour and Strange Tales of Liaozhai.

Qianlong Emperors Southern Inspection Tour is composed of 12 scrolls, which 4 of them are on display in this exhibition. These scrolls serve as a visual record that captures the social conditions and the landscapes during "the Golden Age of Kangxi and Qianlong Emperors."

Strange Tales of Liaozhai is based on the classical Chinese tales written by Pu Songling. The themes of the tales combine folk attractiveness with literary significance. It is composed of wooden plates and colorful images on silk scroll.
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The Maritime Experiential Museum of Singapore


This state-of-the-art museum offers challenges that belie the multi-sensorial, interactive and innovative platform that is Singapore's first Maritime Experiential Museum on Sentosa Island.
The core brief from both the New York-based Ralph Appelbaum Architects and Singapore resident DP Architects was to create almost continuous 30 metres (3.5m height) of highly-specifiedmuseum display casesalong an 8-metre high perimeter wall. This train of a single, undivided wall-mounted showcase houses the main treasure trove of the Bakau shipwreck the museum recently acquired for more than S$300m.
Using pre-engineered parts and a fully-concealed interlocking system framework, the entire showcase was assembled within an astonishing 3 days with another 2 days spent testing air-tightness and security measures. Artefacts were protected within their space by a collaborative ensemble of expert security advisers and technicians that pre-laid elaborate nodes of sensitive alarm wirings.
Lighting experts from Spain-based Lightcibles were detailed in their specifications for recessed ceiling-mounted fibre optic projectors that achieve subtle accent lighting with glass tails that have a dual role in delivering a 6 degree spot to pick up a tiny 3cm teacup to a 35 degree light envelope for earthen jars that measure 1.5 metres across. Apart from this main showcase, another group of tall, slim cases were engineered to be fully demountable with unimpeded views from both sides.
The Bakau shipwreck and Temasek archaeological site that can be found at this Maritime Archaeology Gallery together create a must-see experience of the amazing voyage of the discovery of rare exhibits at The Maritime Experiential Museum in Singapore.
Maritime museum highly appraised us at our thoughtfully designs of wall/standing display cases, which gave exhibition wonderful effect.
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Shenzhen Stock Exchange Archives Centre


Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) Archives Centre, which mainly houses calligraphy and painting exhibits, was designed for exchange exhibitions, so themuseum display casesdeployed in it are specifically constructed for the display and protection of paper exhibits.
We use SCHOTT AMIRAN anti-reflection glass from Germany to reduce the visual impact caused by glaring lights and simultaneously to restore the true colors of paintings. ERCO LED track wall-washers are also used for a better performance. A lighting control module is integrated into the DALI control system of the whole showroom to allow for convenience and improved efficiency.
The MiniClima humidity-constant system allows for the unified control of all display cases in the showroom. This system was installed in an equipment room a distance from the showroom to minimize distractions caused by work noise and to facilitate the daily management & maintenance of equipment.
A newly updated TCFA electronic access system and electronic lifting system have been applied in all cases.
Many difficulties were overcome during installation. For instance, the following problems were successfully addressed: the hoisting of 3800*1750mm glass from outside the building's curtain wall to the 8th floor, where the showroom does not have any passageway; the bearing capacity of the raised flooring in the showroom failed to secure the installation of display cases; the humidity-constant system's pipeline from the equipment room to the showroom was blocked by many building structures, etc.
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Design and Art of Museum Showcases


Showcases are the guardians of cultural relics in the museum and bridges between the cultural relics and the audience. It is a vital link in the museum's display of artistic appeal and personality. Therefore, there are several aspects that should be dealt with in the design of a showcase: the relationship between humans and cultural relics, the relationship between showcases and the environment, and the relationship between cultural relics and the environment.
We know that museum showcases are used in places where it is necessary to showcase treasures. It is very important to us. Museum showcase are an indispensable part of the museum. Its design should be combined with the museums experience and design.
Museum display cases include main structure materials. According to the characteristics of dimensions, formulate a design scheme that meets the user experience, so that more humanized museum showcase products can be produced.
Museum showcase design not only needs to protect the cultural relics, also incorporates the characteristics of the museum and integrates into the main body of the museum showcase. Museum showcases play an important role. We are guardians of cultural relics and creators of museums.
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