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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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Exhibition of Donations - National Museum of China


In the Friendly Communications & Historical Testimony – Exhibition of Gifts Presented to the Party and State Leaders in Diplomatic Activities, 611 gifts received by Party and State leaders at diplomatic events since the foundation of New China were exhibited. They were chosen for display based on their historical significance and high art value. Most of the gifts were exhibited for the first time. 

This project was mainly on Wall display cases and Table top display cases. For best visual effect, Relicase took elaborate design on illumination. 

Relicase designed multi-bay display cases for the exhibition. An LED light bar is hidden beneath each shelf. The height and location of the shelves allow for flexible adjustment, mounting and removal. We applied large hinged doors to suit the exhibits and allow easy staff access.
Exhibition of Donations - National Museum of China

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National Textile Museum of Malaysia


The National Textile Museum of Malaysia showcases the rich cultural heritage of Malaysia's textile arts and crafts. Visitors to the museum can peek into the world of batik and learn about making batik as well as traditional fabrics such as Songket, Kain Gerus, Pua and Telepuk. Some of the main exhibits are textile samples of historical value or fashionable designs.
 
Four galleries, Pohon Budi, Pelangi, Teluk Berantai and Ratna Sari. They are dedicated to showcasing the architectural styles of the colonial period with a mixture of wall, freestanding and Table top display cases. This cooperation aimed for textile display.
 
Wall and Free standing display cases from Relicase gave a satisfied display effect, with the help of our extraordinary illumination.
National Textile Museum of Malaysia

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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 cases was 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 Emperor’s Southern Inspection Tour and Strange Tales of Liaozhai.

Qianlong Emperor’s 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.
Classical Paintings of Ancient China Exhibition

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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-specified museum display cases along 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.
The Maritime Experiential Museum of Singapore

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Built in display cases W-03


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Showcase Names:Built in display cases W-03
Showcase Type:|Wall display cases|
Showcase Model:W-03
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Locks:
Glass:Laminated Glass
Case:Steel Plate
 
Built-in display cases are engineered using an ultra-slim aluminium extrusion design profile with only a visible front glass panel. The case front can be fitted to any depth of a showcase carcass. This approach provides a high-security display area with 100% full opening access integrated with a concealed side hinge door. The back-wall is a solid backing panel that can come with optional fabric wrapping, folded steel in powder-coated finish or inlaid with vertically adjustable shelving systems for heavy exhibit displays. An optional artsorb compartment for silica gel media is concealed below the bottom dress panel.
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